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  1. Mosin_Nagant_Fan

    Mosin_Nagant_Fan New Member

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  2. glocknut

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    THAT...is my suggestion! :D

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  3. gdmoody

    gdmoody Moderator Supporting Member

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    I absolutely agree with RUGER

    I bought a Beretta Neos U22 and hated it. Could not hit anything with it, I finally donated it to my Church's Men's Group and we raffled the sucker off.
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    Oh, I like that Ruger. However, the Beretta looks like it would disassemble/assemble easier than a Ruger. Don't know about this one but those earlier mark Rugers can be a trip to put back together after cleaning.

    One of the guys here just got a Mk III and put a red dot sight on it. That can make for some fun plinking. The Beretta comes with the integral rail, but with Ruger you would have to go with the P4 or P512 to have it come tapped and with a scope base. The trouble is that the P45GC comes with the cool looking flat-sided barrel.

    Took me a year to decide between getting a CZ52 or a TT33. Hope you have an easier decision---Mike
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    The ruger i bought recently comes with a top rail that can be put on it by the owner. Its nice and close to the top of the barrel and should be really accurate if i ever set it up with a scope.

    mike
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  6. pawn

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    Mike, Congratulations!!!... what flavor of the Ruger MK did you get???
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    ditto, R U G E R !!!
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    Ruger x infinity.
    Ha !
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    I got a Berreta Neos for Christmas and I love it. I am sure the Ruger is an incredible weapon and I have a lot of trust in their products however the Neos is great, excellent crisp trigger, and very accurate and fun to shoot.
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    Here are two pics of the screws in the top of my Ruger 22/45 Mark III and one of the rail they provided. Screw the rail on and you're good to go for a laser or scope.... and Mine only cost me $225 brand new! Oh sure Rugers might be a little more complicated to take apart but accuracy is much better and it functions very very well.

    If you want something easy to take apart... by a Walther. But be sure you have postage to send it back!

    mike
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    RUGER RULES!!!!:D:D:D:D

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    Screws...

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  12. Mosin_Nagant_Fan

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    Chit, I might just get both, my bros like the Neo because he's into the whole Star Trek and Star Wars thing. (he's 24, 25 in August.) I can sneak two past my mum, just need a plan.
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    ok, i see you have a blued version of 22/45... is that 512 or 678? bull or tapered? blue loctite that rail Sir :D
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    I've been able to sneak several dozen past my wife over the past few years, just wait until she is out and BOLDLY bring them in. Years ago when I had gun racks on the wall, I would just bring them in and hang them on the gun rack. When she would ask if it was new, my answer would be - that thing has been hanging there for a couple of years. Now I just put them in the safe - she can't open it!!
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    i have the ruger 10/22 with a 3-9x40 nikon scope and i used the scope mount that came with the gun and quick site scope rings ,bore sited it and it was dead on from 20 yards to 150 yards ....
    id go with the ruger ..

    chris
  16. glocknut

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    Its a short bull barrel... It says:

    Target Model
    Ruger 22/45 MK III

    The bull barrel is a completely round bull barrel without the flattened sides of the barrel as i have seen on some Rugers.
    512 or 678? I dunno? P4MKIII ??

    Its pretty much this one right here:
    http://www.ruger-firearms.com/Firearms/FAProdView?model=10109&return=Y

    I don't think i will put the rail on it anytime soon. The main reason for buying this was to keep in practice with regular sights at an affordable 22lr price as opposed to the more expensive centerfire rounds.

    mike
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    ok, 512 = 5 1/2 inch barrel and 678 = 6 7/8 inches

    so your is either 4 or 5 1/2 inches based on that link.

    nice aquistion (you've done very well lately :))

    mk II and/or III pistols are tough to beat ;)
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    Ruger rules! ;) :D


    Art
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    Lets see, if I can save about $700 I can get both an a mag or two each and still cover tax and other fees.
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