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Old 04-21-2012, 03:17 AM   #11
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Browning is good but I own a ruger Mark III 22/45 they have the 1911 grips. This is my favorite gun to shoot and can easily be up graded for competition.

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Old 04-21-2012, 04:16 AM   #12
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i own the Ruger Mark III 22/45 target model and find it's accuracy and performance very good and one i would recommend to anyone looking for a quality 22 rimfire pistol. i have shot the Browning Buckmark years ago, fantastic pistol, only drawback, the high price tag. another one of my favorites from years ago and one i wish i had bought when the prices were more reasonable, the Colt Woodsman, another fantastic pistol and very accurate. plus side for the Rugers is the atermarket parts and accessories. dozens and dozens of parts to from mild to wild.

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Old 04-21-2012, 03:15 PM   #13
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Ruger MkIII with the bull barrel. Amazingly accurate and reliable gun.

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Old 04-22-2012, 12:56 AM   #14
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My Mark II Gov model melts into my hand better than any gun I've shot.

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High Standard Victor or Supermatic Trophy. If not a High Standard then a S&W Model 41.

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Old 04-22-2012, 04:18 PM   #16
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I prefer the Hi-Standards and Rugers with the 6-3/4"

bull barrels. Hi-Standards are through the roof

lately,(priced mine out at 1200$+ recently)

so I'd consider a NIB Ruger MKIII.

The difference is, since the Rugers have the Nambu-style

slide, you can mount a scope on them.

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I picked up my last hi standard used at local gun store for 219 and when I hand it over to strangers at the range and let them try it they are just in awe of it. I love the old ones made in Connecticut. Mine is over fifty years old and shoots like a dream

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I recently shot my buddies mkIII target and wished I had bought it instead of my Beretta.
Not that I don't like the Beretta but the trigger and accuracy seem much better to me on the mkIII.

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Colt UMAREXUSA Gold Cup Model 2245708, but then I'm biased.

www.colt22rimfire.com

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Colt UMAREXUSA Gold Cup Model 2245708, but then I'm biased.

www.colt22rimfire.com
One of my next purchases!!! It's been on the list for awhile. How did you like yours?
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