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Ruger 10140 22/45 Target 10+1 22LR 5.5" Reviews

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36 Reviews. Average Rating:    4.7 of 5 Stars!
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by Jeffrey C Wednesday 05 September, 2012
I have run 800 rds through this gun and had only a single FTF and that was a malformed bulk shell. The gun is inherantly accurate but for a target gun has a lousy trigger pull due to the lawyer-inspired utterly-useless Mark III magazine safety. After putting up with the trigger pull for a couple of hundred rounds I went ahead and spent the $74 dollars and replaced the sear, hammer, and hammer bushing with Volquertson Mark II components and discarded the magazine safety. Now the gun shoots beautifully and magazines slide out like they should. It is now enjoyable and satisfying to shoot. The modification also makes reassembly easier because you are not inserting and removing the magazine constantly putting it togather. BTW: If you enjoy chinese puzzles, you will love field stripping and reassemblying this gun. I can only give this gun 3 stars because of the Mark III issues. It is Not a target gun out of the box. Today, given my experience with Ruger's Mark III "Enhancements" I would choose the Browning Buckmark. The actual sale transaction with Bud's was great; easy and smooth and I have become a repeat customer.

Rating:     3 of 5 Stars!
by Jim H Monday 03 September, 2012
This was my second gun purchase from Buds, and will definetly not be my last. It was at my FFL 2 days after my final payment was received, in perfect condition!! Go Buds!! The gun is awesome and all the hype about it's reliability and flawless function can be believed. I have over 500 rounds through this gun, (all CCI-Mini-Mags), and can report only 1 FTF, and this can be attributed to the ammo without a doubt as the offending round displayed a definite heavy primer strike. I needed to make a 1 increment adjustment to the rear sight to zero it in, and it is now a tack driver even in my un-skilled hands. I added a Hi-Viz fiber optic front sight, and a Pearce rubberized finger grip that mounts under the factory grips. This gun is a blast to shoot and will be a regular in the range bag for the next 50 years. It is undeniably heavy. Much heavier than Rugers SR22 or a Walther P-22, but as I was told; "Heavy is good, heavy means reliable, if it does not shoot, you can always throw it at the target." LOL. Also, it comes VERY tight from the factory, and will never be mistaken for a Glock during field-stripping. But DO NOT let that scare you away from this gun. If you follow the instructions and watch any of the videos available on the subject, you will be able to disassemble and reassemble this firearm in no-time flat. I am a gun novice, and took it apart, and reassembled it in under 3 minutes with a litttle practice. If you are in the market for a drama-free dedicated 22, look no further, you have found your gun.

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
by Tiffany K Wednesday 29 August, 2012
Within 3 days of placing my order, I was at my range testing this weapon. Buds gun shop is safe, reliable and part of the family. The weapon is factory new, and the grips are amazing. If you do not have one now is the time. Great job guys!! -Tiffany

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
by Coy A Saturday 11 August, 2012
I bought this gun a while back and so I think it is time for a review. The gun I received was built so tight that I have to drive the mainspring out of the bolt with a plastic punch! The removable grips are nice, but I did replace them with some thumbrest style grips (the thumbrest makes it a pain to get to the magazine release). I love to shoot for accuracy, so the factory trigger got replaced with the volquartsen accurizing kit. Along with the mark II hammer bushing to get rid of the magazine dissconect, the trigger is adjustable, very light (around 2.5 pounds), and most importantly legitimately crisp. I also dressed this gun up with a volquartsen compensator to add extra weight to the end of the barrel, and also I added a volquartsen bolt assist extension to make racking the bolt easier. The last thing I did was the slingshot mod, which I love. I dremeled the bolt release peice down and added a bic lighter spring that I cut in half so now the bolt release doesn't get stuck anymore after you take out the detent and spring (google this, it is easy and takes 10 minutes with a dremel grinding wheel). Now, even before all these upgrades this gun shot great. But with them it shoots 2-3 inch groups at 25 yards consistently and one inch holes at 10 yards with just about any ammo. I am planning on adding a nice scope and making this my squirrel getter this fall. Happy shooting.

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
by Charlie B Saturday 11 August, 2012
The 24/7 OSS pistols are my favorite pistols bar none and I am an Old 1911 guy. My first one was in 9mm and broke all three of my handgun "don't" rules=polymer frame,striker fired and 9mm :). That was three years ago and my friends still won't let me live it down.I got a great deal on the 45 from Bud's. I only wish I had bought a bunch of them while I could.Rumor has it that Taurus discontinued them, I hope that is wrong.The de cock to have first shot double action and one in the chamber is a wonderful feature. I carry OSS pistols, I'm 6'4" so it's relative. 24/7 pistols seem to fit everyones hands from small to freakishly big like mine.Get one whenever you can, you won't be sorry.

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
by Jeff M Friday 22 June, 2012
It is not as difficult to field strip as others would have you believe. My wife and I neither one have owned a gun before and we can both disassemble and reassemble this now and love this gun. Don't field strip it until you have fired couple hundred rounds through it. My problem, and various y o u t u b e videos hint at this, is appreciating the need of getting the hammer strut to fall against the main spring housing as you reassemble it. (RTFM) If the backstrap main spring housing doesn't have tension as you lock it in the grip/mag-well, you won't be able to pull back on the bolt. It fires well, and is a joy to shoot. Safe to dry fire, designed to actually, magazine disconnect spring and loaded chamber indicator are all great features on top of the manual safety and key safety.

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
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