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Old 06-10-2012, 05:32 AM   #21
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I have one. I also have higher quality single action revolvers. Sorta like comparing a Camry to a yugo. Yet, they do shoot, and are not too bad for the money.
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The reason I don't buy ruger I never liked the 10/22, tried the semi auto pistol mark 3 didn't really like it either. If I had the opportunity I would try that scout rifle they came out with in 308 but other than that I haven't really found a ruger I like so I don't buy ruger. When the day comes that I find one that fits me I'll buy it, I'll look at them but most of the time I don't like them.

I tend to like most company's but for some reason I just haven't found anything made by ruger to my liking.
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The reason I don't buy ruger I never liked the 10/22, tried the semi auto pistol mark 3 didn't really like it either. If I had the opportunity I would try that scout rifle they came out with in 308 but other than that I haven't really found a ruger I like so I don't buy ruger. When the day comes that I find one that fits me I'll buy it, I'll look at them but most of the time I don't like them.

I tend to like most company's but for some reason I just haven't found anything made by ruger to my liking.
Hmmmm...that's fair enough, I 'spose.
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Old 06-10-2012, 08:14 PM   #24
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As long as you keep an open mind. I have a variety of Ruger firearms and the 44 super Blackhawks are very durable. Rugers are tanks. Their triggers are coyote ugly. Much like life - you've got to take the good w the bad.

However, when looking for a diamond in the rough, you will find more rough than diamonds.

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