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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!
5 stars:
71% (57 of 81)
4 stars:
24% (19 of 81)
3 stars:
2% (2 of 81)
2 stars:
3% (3 of 81)
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by Jeremy S Monday 01 April, 2013
I've had this gun for awhile now and have put close to 500 rounds through it. I can say that it is more accurate than my 10/22 out to 50 yards! Great pistol, just be aware that this model is very barrel heavy and breaking it down for a thorough cleaning is a PITA. Definitely a great tack driving pistol!!

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
by Matthew M Saturday 23 March, 2013
I brought this little pistol so that I could have a practice gun that shoots cheaper ammo. It's not nicest looking gun but it's the best rimfire pistol I have ever owned or shot. Between me and my friends it's been through several thousand rounds now and I have only had a few minor issues with FTF's and FTE's. I attribute those to the ammo as I shoot mosly bulk .22 ammo. It seems to eat most types of ammo and with the very rare ammo malfunction it's a very reliable .22 pistol. It's solidly built and has a nice weight to it. The weight is nice as it gives it the feel of a full sized pistol. It's been very accurate as well on all kinds of targets from bottles, cans and paper targets. It's a great gun and I would recomend it to anyone who likes to plink alot alot without breaking the bank on ammo. When it comes to Ruger pistols, this is probably one of thier best products. Thanks to Buds for another quick and easy purchase.

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
by Lyndon P Tuesday 12 March, 2013
Everyone should have one, or two. Ruger 22/45 + Extra Mags + Bucket O .22LR = Fun All Day Long. This is an excellent gun for the novice shooter and for the experienced. I have fired a couple thousand rounds through this gun with out any major hiccups. As with all .22lr guns you will occaionally get a FTF or a FTE. Its a little bit akward to put the magazines in but after a few fumblings it catches on. Also, disasembling the gun is like pulling teeth. Overall, the Ruger 22/45 is a great gun to teach with or just to play with.

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
by Stephen D Monday 04 February, 2013
Great Plinker...once you remove the Magazine Disconnect Safety spring and bushing. There is a bushing you can buy that perfects this gun. With the unneeded mag disco safety removed it functions just like any other handgun. At 7 yds I put half a box (250rds) in the 10 spot at the range using Federal Champion .22LR using the stock sights out of the box. I have a Burris on order and soon we'll see how much better it runs using that. The only con I can think of is the difficulty in field stripping the gun. It is pretty hard the first four or five times, and many will be put off by that. I needed to use a punch for the mainspring and a deadblow hammer to seat/unseat the barrel until it loosened up a bit. There are plenty of videos on youtube for both the field stripping and the mag disco safety bushing removal. I love this plinker!

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
by Lisa C Wednesday 28 November, 2012
I'm very happy with this pistol. Very accurate, very reliable and has had no problems so far. I've put a few hundred rounds of crappy bulk ammo through this and haven't got a single failure to fire or failure to feed. Simple rugged awesome gun. couldn't be more pleased. Service from buds was great also. Good shipping time and easy to work with.

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
by herb c Monday 29 October, 2012
Do your research before you buy this pistol.......its has a plastic frame. I was not aware of the fact this model is the plastic frame model or I would not have ordered it. You can not in stall other grips with out drilling in to the frame? Also the raised rims on the plastic frame must also be removed or ground down? I have no idea why Ruger would offer this type of pistol but they do, may be cost? The gun shoots fine and handles all types of ammo with out a hitch no FTF's or FTF's and shoots a tight group. The good news about this pistol is that its a Ruger. If you don't have a problem buying a plastic frame gun, you may consider this one. This is the first and last plastic frame gun that I will ever buy. Buds as always provided great shipping and the best prices to be found any where.

Rating:     3 of 5 Stars!
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