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Old 01-08-2012, 11:17 PM   #1
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I came across this page as i was searching for easier ways to takedown my new ruger mark iii 22/45 ive already done it but required the assistance of a rubber mallett to get the bolt stop pin back in place. This seems like a good idea and was wondering if people here has tried this product or not. Here is the website scroll down a bit to get to the item im talking about.

drfrankenruger.com/mark_ii_iii_pistol_accessories



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Old 01-09-2012, 12:18 AM   #2
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Have not tried it. Made my own deal with the Devil- I send him all the spammers that show up here, and he showed me the trick of taking one down and putting it back without the mallet.





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Lol yea i noticed that the bolt spring has a little knob on it that the bolt lock spring hits as its going back into position. Once they both wear down a bit it should be much easier to remove the bolt stop pin. Other than that its an easy gun to take down. On a side note i shot it for the first tike yesterday and man i must say its an amazing gun to shoot. I am a new shooter and i was getting like 5inch groups while i was shooting i would recommend this gun to anyone.

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Btw this isnt a spam post fir a website i legitamately would like to know if anyone has used this at all

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Sorry- did not take it to be a spam post- or I would have removed it (and sent you to join other spammers devil-devil-fire-monster-smiley-emoticon-000833-large.jpg )

Part of that site has a humorous story of Bill Ruger and the devil, and the design of the 22 pistol.

Assembling the Ruger 22s has caused many a cussing, and has been kicked around here several times. Once you learn how, it is fairly easy. Have not used that product, but I think I understand how it works, and could save some cussing.

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Ok cool just making sure yea that wss my idea on the product it would make it muvh eadier to take down.

On a side nite the story is pretty funny about bill ruger and the devil



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