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Ruger 10107 22/45 Target 10+1 22LR 5.5" Reviews

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81 Reviews. Average Rating:    4.6 of 5 Stars!
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by Luis M Thursday 27 August, 2015
Bought this gun to practice at the range so I can keep ammo cost down and no regrets. So far shot close to 500 rounds with no fte, great gun. Planning ordering another for a friend. Service fron Buds and my local FFL Dealer were great!

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
by Matthew F Saturday 22 August, 2015
Extremely accurate target pistol. Shoots great with irons or a red dot. Mine needs to be cleaned every 300ish rounds or it begins to stovepipe ( it appears that the bolt slows down due to carbon deposits in the action). Trigger is mediocre, needs a little polish and lube. Improves greatly with a little elbow grease. Mag disconnect delete is well worth the few bucks and takes 5 minutes to install. Buy it!

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
by Charles B Tuesday 31 March, 2015
This is the first gun I ordered from buds and their service was fantastic with email updates every step of the way. When I first picked the gun up it seemed top heavy but after shooting it I didn't really notice that. It was very accurate out of the box I shot 100 bullets out of it with no problems. Taking it apart to clean it being difficult is the only negative thing I might say about it but I knew about that before I bought it. This is a great target pistol at a great price I'm very happy with this gun.

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
by Michael I Sunday 18 January, 2015
My first impression on handling this gun during the transfer at my local FFL was, man, this thing is top-heavy. I was hoping I wouldn't regret buying this pistol. I was really discouraged when neither of the two magazines that came with the pistol would drop free when pressing the release. I basically have to pry them free from the grip. Stripped and cleaned thoroughly, with all the appropriate profanity that usually accompanies disassembling/reassembling Ruger Mark IIIs, before first shooting. Oh, and I do believe my front sight is very very slightly canted to the left. It's very subtle but there. This past weekend I put two hundred rounds through it. Not a single failure of any kind. The trigger is heavy and has a bit of a gritty feel during takeup. The first hundred rounds were fired at a single target about 10 yards away. The gun shot consistently about an inch right of the bullseye which would tend to confirm a slightly left-canted front sight. A little adjustment on the rear sight fixed it. I didn't notice at all the top-heaviness that I had initially felt when I first picked it up during shooting. Maybe I just got used to it. Naturally, the light polymer frame and 5.5" bull barrel is going to have a different balance than my EDC (Kahr CW9). Now, here's the deal. My research associate, Mr. Google, tells me that the sticky magazines and gritty triggers are due to the magazine safety lock in these guns. Removing the useless device and replacing the empty space with a custom hammer bushing readily found online has resulted in an entire internet full of much happier Mark III shooters. I expect to be one of them soon.

Rating:     4 of 5 Stars!
by Shelby F Sunday 28 December, 2014
Fabulous! to put it simply. The pistol is weighted perfectly. I have put thousands of rounds through it, ranging in quality due to availability issues, and have not had one single problem with any. Shot bulls eye shots over and over right out of the box at 20yds. Best simple plinker for the price.

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
by jerry p Saturday 21 December, 2013
Havent had a chance to shoot it yet but im sure it will be as good as the mkii i use to have. Cant beat buds prices anywhere.

Rating:     4 of 5 Stars!
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