Ruger 22/45

Discussion in 'Semi-Auto Handguns' started by ninjatoth, Jan 27, 2011.

  1. ninjatoth

    ninjatoth New Member

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    I'm trading off my Ruger P-95 for this gun tomorrow,I don't need the Ruger 9 anymore and I want a .22 to really get a new start in learning better marksmanship.I am getting the 4" because the 9mm S&W I have now is a 4" so I figured it would be a good match.What do you think of these .22/45's,I never shot one?
     

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  2. Serengeti

    Serengeti New Member

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    The 22/45 is a fun gun to shoot. All hand gunners should have a 22. Teaches good marksmanship and inexpensive to shoot. The 22/45 is as good as any other Ruger 22.
     

  3. tekarra

    tekarra New Member

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    I have a stainless steel Mk. II 22/45; it is a great pistol. IMO everyone should have a .22 pistol.
     
  4. ninjatoth

    ninjatoth New Member

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    I been working on my marksmanship and I think i'm progressing.
     

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  5. CA357

    CA357 New Member Supporter

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    Looks pretty good to me.
     
  6. ninjatoth

    ninjatoth New Member

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    Oh yeah,maybe I should post a pic of my actual gun so here goes-
     

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  7. IXLR8

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    All of the Ruger .22 pistols are fine. I prefer the Mark III rounded grips to the slab sided 22/45 grips. They both shoot pretty much the same. It is a matter of preference.

    If you own a Ruger Mark III, or a 22/45 you should own a speedloader.

    Ruger Speedloader

    The best $22.00 you will ever spend. I bought the gun because I watched a guy using one at the range, and the person shooting could not shoot faster than the guy loading... 500 rounds in 25 minutes!

    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q9483S_uJDo"]Video using it[/ame]
     
  8. birdie

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    I love my 22/45 I shoot grasshoppers off berbwire at 15 20 yards very consistently. Shoots 1 to 2'inch group at 25 yards wonderful. Have fun and shoot a lot.
     
  9. lonyaeger

    lonyaeger Active Member

    Man, that's amazing shooting with ANY handgun! Nice job!
     
  10. Jo da Plumbr

    Jo da Plumbr New Member

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    Will it work for the Buckmark?
     
  11. BombDoc

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    I have the same one. I love it. Between that and my Charger I can have a great day of fun and only spend a few bucks.
     
  12. exitwound

    exitwound New Member

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    A great shooter.....

    but a serious pain to field strip and clean. Putting it back together was the worst part. I finally realised I just wasn't holding my mouth right as I put it back together. I finally jump ship and sold it, then bought the first buckmark I came across and never looked back.
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    Just because your paranoid doesn't mean they're not after you! :D
     
  13. DrumJunkie

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    I bought one of those to use as a practice pistol being it's grip angel is very 1911 like. THen out of the blue while at a gun show a while back I found a Tactical Solutions Pac-Lite 9.5"bbl that is threaded. Being it's an aluminum with a steel sleeve it is a ton lighter and does balance a good bit better. After doing this myBuckmark has not seen daylihgt for a while and I"m thinking I might trade it off as well as the 22/45 bbl I took off. It's as accruate as some of the 22lr rifles I have here.

    The 22/45 is an excellent pistol as is.But I really like the new set up. Here's a pic
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    Congrats on your new 222 buddy. I'm sure you will get many-many great times with it.
     
  14. BombDoc

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    So I know what my next upgrade is.