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Harley Dude
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Do you own one of these?

Produced with the same grip angle to make it easier for 1911 shooters to transition from one to the other.

I have a blue one that I bought in the 1980s. I notice that the barrel comes off pretty easy from the plastic frame when I break it down for cleaning. Not so for the steel models, you have to take a sledge hammer to get it off the frame.

Any problems experienced with this model of Ruger auto??
 

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I bought a MkIII hunter earlier this year, I went to the gun shop expecting to buy the 22/45, but it just didnt feel right, bought the regular framed on instead.
 

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Yes, the 22/45 has a top heavy feel to it since the frame is not metal. I also have a Mark II Target with the slab side barrel and it is a tack driver. We do use the 22/45 at the range a lot as a training pistol for beginners and they like it a lot and it shoots very nice groups.
 
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