Saturday, October 30, 2010

Riverwalker's Gun Pics - Ruger MKII 22LR Pistol

Right Side View

Left Side View

Staying above the water line!



idahobob said...

Oh yesssssss! Gotta love the ol' Ruger Luger!


One Fly said...

that's ma gun

how you get picture of ma gun

i like this gun

damn good gun

Ken said...

...a twenty-two in the tearduct is just as good as a fourty-five in the wishbone every time...

Anonymous said...

I took my wife out to shoot my Ruger Mark III. She had a lot of fun and she really liked that there was not a noticeable recoil and that she could reliably hit targets with it. When the SHTF, this is a superb survival weapon. It's great for taking game, and it's extremely reliable.

Anonymous said...

my regrets.

In the early 1970's I sold my ruger standard model 4" bl nine rounder no hold open after the last round for $ 80.00...there was nothing wrong with it.
I just wanted to upgrade to the Mk. II 6 7/8 bl target model. I still got it.
but I miss that little gun. If i want to replace it now. Those $80.00 will pay for the taxes and registration only.

Dont make the same mistake. If you have a good gun, keep it as spare.

riverwalker said...

To: idahobob

This is a companion sidearm for my Ruger 10/22...both use the same caliber.

Only need to carry one type of ammo...

Thanks bob.


riverwalker said...

To: One Fly

It seems that great minds really do think alike.

Nice little pistol that's for sure!

Thanks One Fly!


riverwalker said...

To: Ken

Small caliber but can be quite deadly if it hits the right spot.

Thanks Ken.


riverwalker said...

To: anon 3:12

The newer MKIII version has the adjustable sights if I'm not mistaken.

My MKII has the fixed sights.

Thanks anon.


riverwalker said...

To: anon 6:10

I have also sold some guns that I now wish I had kept but regret that at the time it was necessary.

Gracias amigo. Vaya con Dios!


Anonymous said...

Eggzzelent firearm, the Ruger .22 Automatic is a bulletproof design. My brother and I each have one, a pair of Targets, his a blued 6 7/8" tapered barrel, mine a 5 1/2" stainless steel pistol. Both run flawlessly, and shoot better than we can hold them.

Back in those days, Standards like yours sold for just over a C-Note (early 80's), they've gone up a mite since then.

riverwalker said...

To: anonymous 7:49

Although not a target model, this is a pistol that I plan to keep if at all possible. I like the way it feels and handles.

Thanks anon.


Alex said...

I like the color of the pistol featured in this post. It's very clean-looking. My Dad is a fan of nice hunting firearms and coatings of firearms. Coatings that are of high quality and easy to find in the market are his recent favorites. He learned about firearm coatings when he started blogging a year ago.

Thanks for the nice photos, Riverwalker!

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