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Ruger Mark III Dis/Assembly

Disassembly and assembly of Mark III Ruger including overcoming the annoying "dingleberry" and "cheese". (Soundtrack: Red Garland - Hey Now)

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Added: 18155 days ago by Robglock

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Ruger MK III Disassembly / Assembly

Disassembly / Assembly of the Ruger MK III 22/45 .22LR hand gun. If your gun is new, taking it apart will require a little more muscle than this, but the more you do it, the easier it gets. Have Fun and Be Safe!

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Tactical Solutions Ruger Mk II .22: "Suppressed Fun" by Nutnfancy

This is a superb modification to a great design, the Ruger Mk II/III .22 pistol. Tactical Solutions makes superb quality aftermarket receiver barrels for both Ruger and Browning .22 pistols. The Ruger receiver barrels are called the "Pac Lite" line. They also make barrels for Ruger 10/22s. Fitting a TS barrel to your Ruger pistol will transform it into a lightweight, superbly accurate, and funner gun. Barrels come in a wide range of colorations but my favorites are OD, Brown, and Matte Grey. For just a cool non-tactical look, Bright Blue is hard to beat. I recommend getting the fluted versions on all their barrels and paying the extra cost for the fitment Picatinny rails to the tops and bottoms for optical/light accessories. The Tactical Innovations suppressor is lightweight and well-made but as of yet I don't know how it stacks up against AAC or Gemtech offerings. But together they form an impressive and lightweight (and silent!) tactical .22 package. These TS mods are expensive but they're worth it. ** Thanks to ImpactGuns.com for hosting this review and providing the gun. All NFA laws apply to purchasing and fitment of silencers to weapons.

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ammo test, ruger 22/45, henry u.s. survival(ar7)

a basic function check of these two weapons, to determine if ammo is an issue. the answer I have come up with in this case is ammo is usually not the issue, the weapon operator is usually the culprit, with occasional dud round.

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Added: 18155 days ago by Robglock

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