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Old 01-03-2012, 02:01 AM   #11
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I've got a lot of Ruger's and yet to shoot one I've not liked. I do love me a Ruger though.
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that is tacticool ... I want one
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Just bought one and it should be here tomorrow. I'm looking forward to taking the kids out and doing some plinking. I looked at the Walther but read quite a few reviews about it being finicky with ammo. I want to be able to shoot the cheap stuff by the case with the kids, so settled on the Ruger. Their having a ball with my Buckmark. 500 rounds at a time!
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Hope it works good. It's about as ugly as a hi point.
Ruger should be embareassed
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did they get there desighn from the walther p22.this is the first time i got a look at it.
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They can't keep up with their existing firearms, so they add another
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The safety works the opposite of how it should work! If not for that I could see buying several for training and renting out at the range - - - could this be changed?
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They can't keep up with their existing firearms, so they add another
True- Shudda made more 1911's
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Got my SR22 a couple of weeks ago. Just about everyone at the club range tried it. They all loved it. It is a keeper. Compact and carries nicely in your pocket.
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Just bought one and it should be here tomorrow. I'm looking forward to taking the kids out and doing some plinking. I looked at the Walther but read quite a few reviews about it being finicky with ammo. I want to be able to shoot the cheap stuff by the case with the kids, so settled on the Ruger. Their having a ball with my Buckmark. 500 rounds at a time!
I have a p22 and have no problems with Remington thunderbolts...which at the high end is $1.99 for a box of 50... or cheaper in bulk boxes.
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