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Ruger 10103 MARK III Target 10+1 22LR 5.5" Reviews

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15 Reviews. Average Rating:    4.7 of 5 Stars!
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by Harvey Z Wednesday 05 July, 2017
Love this RUGER Mark lll and am glad I put it on layaway just before BUDS sold out. Price is unbeatable, only about $90 more than I paid for same exact RUGER(a Mark 2 though), back in January 1987! Few differences from the Mark 2 I once owned; Mag release relocated from bottom of grip to side(a plus) and that goofy chamber-loaded indicator on the side(a minus, maybe). Shoots great, balanced well, good machining and finishing throughout. Fired over 350 rounds, various brands ammo, all without a single failure of any kind. Right out of the box, cleaned it up and oiled her and shoots like a champ. Very accurate indeed, though the front sights could use some paint or white for easier to see. This gun was much less expensive than the newer Mark lV, only difference is it can`t be field-stripped routinely. Spray it out w/ Gunscrubber, get in there with a brush, but I`ll NEVER even attempt to disassemble and reassemble the action on one of these again(learned my lesson with the Mark ll !). I can see why these gems are out of stock! Buy one if you see one avail, and BUDS is absolutely the BEST to do business with always!

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
by William J Tuesday 28 March, 2017
Great pistol. Super accurate, good looking, no failure to function. But a beast to field strip and put back together. I still love this pistol. The transaction was smooth, of course. Thanks Bud's!

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
by Vito V Thursday 12 November, 2015
Well I received my new 10103 Mark III Target 5.5 on 11-05-2015. And it was an immediate disappointment. It has experienced a number of issues since it was received. I took it to the range the following day after cleaning it and I fired about 100 rounds and another 100 rounds a few days later. And during the two times I had about 10 failures to load the next round while firing, with about the same number of failure to clear the breech. I had at least 3 which were struck but failed to fire. I also experienced about 5 or 6 times where the gun failed to chamber a round after releasing the bolt. From the very beginning pressing the magazine release would not release the magazine. It was like it had never been pressed. And after oiling, pressing and working the release button the magazine continues to not move at all when the release button is pressed. You must grab the end of the magazine and pull the mag. The mag also cannot be inserted into the mag well without it hitting a stop point half way up the magazine. While holding the gun in the right hand and while holding the mag on the end with the left hand you must push the end of the magazine away from you for the mag to slide in without catching. I must admit that until now I have only shot with only one brand of .22 lr. They are ones from Walmart that come in a 225 count box and are 36 gr. hollow points purchased at the beginning of the year and kept in a climate controlled safe room. But that does not explain why the supplied magazines do not eject or catch when inserting it into the mag well or not chamber a round when the bolt is released and why a round fails to fire when the firing pin strikes the round. I may have to send it in for a tuneup.

Rating:     3 of 5 Stars!
by Alex R Thursday 05 March, 2015
I'm really liking this pistol so far. I had a 22/45 for a while and liked it a lot--it was very accurate, reliable, and easy to shoot but I didn't like the cheap-feeling plastic frame or the non-replaceable grip panels that were on the model I had. This pistol is a great improvement. Sure, it's more expensive, but it's definitely a better pistol. The stainless MKIII Target feels solid and has nice weight to it. Upon getting the gun home I cleaned the pistol, then removed the magazine safety and replaced it with an aftermarket hammer bushing so the magazines drop free and the mag safety is gone. I also removed the loaded chamber indicator and replaced it with a stainless plug. I just got home from the range where I shot 700 rounds of 22LR. 200 Federal Auto Match and some CCI Mini-Mags, and then a 500 round brick of cheap Geco semi auto with solid lead bullets. All the ammo worked well. In the 700 rounds I had a few failures to feed and extract, but when shooting that quantity of 22 rimfire ammo there will always be a few. I would estimate about a 1.5% failure rate while breaking the pistol in. I cleaned the pistol again and it wasn't especially dirty given the number of low-quality rounds I shot. I really like this 22 pistol and it seems like it will last a long time. My intention is to put the gun through its paces in the coming days and am excited to see how it performs. Highly recommended so far as the quality is great. The trigger could use some work, though. It is light but spongy with some take-up. The reset isn't all that obvious either, but got better as I shot it. I'm going to polish the hammer and sear and some of the other internals where there is metal on metal contact and then everything will be tops. Some Volquartsen parts would probably do well too. Lastly, I will probably put a fiber optic front sight on it. Awesome 22 target pistol!

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
by Mark B Wednesday 15 October, 2014
Awesome 22! Shoots well! Put a couple hundred rounds through it...not one failure. Magazines could go in a little easier though...sometimes you have to wiggle them a bit, but not a real problem. It's nice and solid...seems to have more metal to it than cheaper Rugers. Looks great too. I definitely recommend this one, especially for the price!! Buds rocked on this one!!

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
by Jesse A Saturday 08 December, 2012
Bought this after my S&W 22A-1 frame two-pieced itself. This one is solid metal and shoots like a dream. It's very accurate and I have no complaints about anything with this unit. I did add a HiViz front sight to it but that's my preference.

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
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