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Old 08-07-2014, 05:36 PM   #1
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Default New 22/45 mk III

Had been wanting a 22/45 for a while and finally got one. I am no disappointed. Took it to the range 2 days and put 300 round through it. Only had 2 miss feeds die to me and not the pistol other then that worked out perfect. I did have some issues putting it back together after cleaning. But after practicing a bit I got the hang out it. Absolutely love it!!

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Old 11-21-2014, 06:04 PM   #2
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I finally bought one my self . Took a little break in but seems the more I shoot ,
The better it gets .


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People loving their Ruger .22s is really nothing new.
You had 300 rounds of .22 ammo available to burn in one sitting? That's the story here.
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The news is 300 rounds

Also, it looks like there are quality alternatives to the Ruger MKIII 22/45 mags....
Many have reported the newest of Ruger manufacture are rough and gritty. . . (I will second those reports).

Mec Gar should have alternatives....

I want to try them soon!

webpage: http://www.mec-gar.com/Magazines/Ruger/MGMK345LR

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It's been so long since I've stripped mine, I hope I haven't forgotten how to jump up and down on my right leg while leaning to the left.
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Congrats, welcome to The Club - Pictures are of same gun before and after Hogue grips....
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That is on my short short list for future purchases right about the same time I get the money togehter to pay all the taxes to get a supressor. My dealer guy is a really really bad influence on me.....................I think I love him
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I have since added hogue grips, compensator, and removed the magazine disconnect. Removing the magazine disconnect and putting in the bushing made the mags fall out free and smooth. ImageUploadedByFirearms Talk1424754734.825736.jpgImageUploadedByFirearms Talk1424754749.203008.jpg


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Lots of neat doo-dads for the 22/45.

http://www.tandemkross.com/Steel-Hammer-Bushing-for-Mark-III-and-2245-Pistols_p_9.html

http://www.tandemkross.com/Plus1-PRO-Magazine-Bumper_p_12.html

http://www.tandemkross.com/KaneWolf-SlingShot-Part-Kit-for-2245_p_69.html

https://www.volquartsen.com/products/293-target-sear-for-mkii-and-mkiii



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