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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:
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by Ken D Tuesday 09 October, 2012
I am new to handguns and this was my first purchase. I am very happy with my choice both the quality of the mk3 and the price are great. As some reviews mentioned disassembling was tough the first time, but after that no problems. I have shot a couple thousand rounds so far using bulk and sale priced ammo. Had a few FTF and FTEs on occasion but not enough to be concerned about. I am looking for a 9 mm as my next gun and Ruger along with Bud's will be my starting points. I would like to also add that Bud's has some of the best prices and has made the purchasing process quick and easy.

Rating:     4 of 5 Stars!
by Nick C Sunday 23 September, 2012
The MK 111 maybe the finest handgun offered by any manufacturer at any price. Great to shoot at any level......Nick

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
by Chester S Wednesday 29 August, 2012
Great little gun. Gave it a quick cleaning just to check it and put 150 rounds thru it with no issues. Great gun for plinking and targets. Bud's was great again.

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
by Walter H J Wednesday 18 July, 2012
Well, I have owned this gun for about 8-months now. Bud's was flawless in the order processing. Thanks. On the plus side, the gun is super reliable and not finiky about ammo brand. Probably shot 1,000 to 1,500 rounds through it. CCI-Blazer shoots very well for an inexpensive target round. On the minus side, the gun is really tough to disassemble for cleaning. (Have to knock the assembly pin out with a wooden dowell and drive it back together with a mallet. This is ridiculosly hard on this particular gun.) The sights had an issue with the pin holding the rear sight working out,--it had to be bent to keep it from working out--, and the front sight screw would not stay tight until reinstalled with thread locking compound. Overall, the gun is accurate/ dependable/ a lot of fun to shoot and a pretty good value. Ruger could do a litle better in the areas I mentioned.

Rating:     4 of 5 Stars!
by israel a Monday 16 July, 2012
I must say this gun is amazingly accurate at 25 yds and closer! So far my girl and I have put about 2000 rds through it with just a few ftf in the first 200 rds also have done about 250rds continuously doing rapid fires no problems at all! Great for a cheaper range gun or varmint killer! Break down is tricky the first few times just don't go too fast breaking the gun down, I do a full break down of trigger and all after every 250-500rds! Buds also had excellent service and shipping to my Ffl dealer but no updates from ups on shipping info!

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
by William L Wednesday 04 July, 2012
Pros: Solidly built, shoots very well. Trigger acceptable - I though my was fine until I tried one where the owner had lightened up the trigger a little. Cons: This one required quite a bit of work to get it to work well. Lots of FTE out of the box with just a regular cleaning. Like others have said, it is a learning experience to get it apart and I hate having to bash a weapon with a mallet just to clean it. the mechanism that prevents firing without a magazine is a pain. It makes stripping and re-assembly even more difficult (magazine in, magazine out, magazine in...) and it means you have to empty a mag every time you want to do dry-fire practice. Even worse, the magazine 'sensor' digs into the magazine and prevents it from falling free when the release is pressed, especially if there are any rounds left in the magazine. Fortunately it was easy to fix. remove the spring on the 'no fire without magazine' feature and it is like the feature was never there. Magazine drops out easily and it becomes easy to practice dry-fire and take-down. After working and cleaning the slide enough it now cycles every time. There have been a couple light strikes in about 2k rounds fired. Would buy it again.

Rating:     4 of 5 Stars!
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