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Old 09-20-2012, 04:43 AM   #51
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I own an SP101, M77 .243, and 2 10-22's

Love Ruger revolvers and rifles but not a big fan of there pistol designs. Nothing wrong with them, just not my taste.

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Old 09-20-2012, 04:50 AM   #52
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I own an SP101, M77 .243, and 2 10-22's

Love Ruger revolvers and rifles but not a big fan of there pistol designs. Nothing wrong with them, just not my taste.

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I don't really care for the automatics either. Aside from the .22s and SR1911.
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Thanks buddy. Sorry for the photo quality. They are faux stag however they are plastic grips from the same year.
Plastic from '56 you have really take care of that. Beautiful gun
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Plastic from '56 you have really take care of that. Beautiful gun
Thank you again. My father took really good care of it. We had to send it to Ruger about 10 years ago for some internal issues but that's to be expected with the amount of .22s my family has put through this.
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GP100, SP101, Vaquero .357 and a 22/45 Target. Yeah, I kinda like Ruger...
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I had extra clips and left a clip loaded for like a year, do you think I may need a new spring
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Owned the LCP and LC9 compact carry pieces and loved them both. Extremely reliable and fed everything. They're priced low and ready to go. Personally, had I to do it all over again I'd've gotten the SR9C, because of trigger, but in any case that has more to do with personal taste in trigger pull than it does in quality. I never had to test their CS, but I'd say that's a good thing, and I've heard nothing but good things aboit it.

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I had extra clips and left a clip loaded for like a year, do you think I may need a new spring
No, it will be fine...
Many leave their mags loaded up for years and years with no ill effects.
Keeping a spring compressed will not wear it out - only constant compression/decompression will cause wear.
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No, it will be fine...
Many leave their mags loaded up for years and years with no ill effects.
Keeping a spring compressed will not wear it out - only constant compression/decompression will cause wear.
Thanks man I really appreciate the feedback... Safe shooting
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