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+1 for the Mark II.

I have one with an 8" bull barrel.

It's like a little rifle, and darn accurate.

I also have a Phoenix Arms, and am surprised at the accuracy from that little (and cheap) handgun.
 

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I shoot bullseye and I like these two. Ruger Mark III with VQ internals and Vitarbo grips. The other is a S&W Model 41 with Vitarbo grips.

 

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I have a Mk III just like in Travis' post. I love it. I would prefer it have 'target' sights on it, instead of the 'express' style that came on it, though. I feel I could be more accurate with a traditional notch/blade setup. But, I can hit a soda can pretty regularly at 25 yards with it.
 

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S&W 22A. I won it in a drawing. Don't have it any more......I figured I needed another 22lr like a hole in the head. Maybe I should have a 22lr pistol, but I don't now.
 

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I have had a lot of 22 target pistols over the years but for the money the Ruger is hard to beat. I have a Mark I, Mark II and the 22/45 and they all shoot well.
 

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I have had a lot of 22 target pistols over the years but for the money the Ruger is hard to beat. I have a Mark I, Mark II and the 22/45 and they all shoot well.
And the take down/reassembly makes for a nice hobby.
 

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this 1959 vintage Model 41 is very accurate.......

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These are accurate as well........



But, I shoot better and more accurately with these..........

 

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Nice collection, Jay.

While I like the big bang of the higher calibers, sometime you just want the fun of a .22
 

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thank you sir...... it's tough to beat a .22 just for plain old fun......
 
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