Took the Ruger MKIII 22/45 and a Ruger MKII out to the range and had a great time shooting some steel. We shot almost 1000 rounds of .22lr all together through the guns. We were shooting mainly Remington .22lr…which in my opinion is not the best .22lr ammo on the market…especially for a semi-auto pistol…but it’s what we had. The ammo was SUPER dirty and was giving us quite a few problems with feeding, extracting, and failures to fire. Overall though…gotta love some .22lr action…especially with some of my favorite Ruger pistols.

The Ruger MKIII 22/45 has a stainless steel competition slab-sided barrel on it with a Volquartsen compensator on the front. It also has a Tru-glo reflex/red dot sight system and Hogue 1911 grips. The inside of the MKIII is tricked out with a lot of Volqurtsen components as well to enhance reliability and with the Volquartsen trigger job in it, the trigger pull is 1.5 lbs with hardly and pre-travel and no over-travel.

The Ruger MKII was completely stock from the factory and has a trigger pull around 3.5 lbs

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