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Old 06-20-2013, 06:37 AM   #21
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The Ruger 22/45 comes with a threaded barrel option, I believe.
Believe so...

For me the best value out there is the Ruger MK I-II-III and the Browning Buckmark. I think the Browning ha sa little better trigger out of the box but either will eat about anything and put holes where you want them.
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I had a Ruger Mark ll n have a Browning now...I like the Browning a little better.
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The Ruger 22/45 comes with a threaded barrel option, I believe.
Yes, the threaded barrel is an option. That is the one I purchased last year. They also have a Lite version.
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I had a Ruger Mark ll n have a Browning now...I like the Browning a little better.
Very nice. The Buckmarks do look great. I may just have to keep my 22/45 (instead of selling it/trading it in) and add a Buckmark.
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I greatly appreciate all the great feedback. Looks like you can't go wrong with the Ruger 22/45. And the shopping begins.
i have a 22/45 and i love it! mine is a 4" bull barrel...eats most any ammo, and is very accurate imo.

kinda wish i'd held out for the threaded model though....couldn't find em at the time and i got antsy.
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i have a 22/45 and i love it! mine is a 4" bull barrel...eats most any ammo, and is very accurate imo.

kinda wish i'd held out for the threaded model though....couldn't find em at the time and i got antsy.
i bought my Mark III 22/45 about two years ago. it's the 5.5" barreled Target model. i enjoy shooting mine a lot. best $279 i ever spent on a pistol!
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James Bond uses Walter it's a great gum.

Or if you are down to revolver I suggest smith 6 series 20 shots. Amazing grips amazing accuracy.
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I have to agree about the Ruger MK III. It's the only design

with the Nambu style slide, which makes mounting optics

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