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Ruger Model 22/45 .22 LR, $199

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Cheaper and more accurate than the other guns, it also duplicates the feel of a 1911. Also, its trigger feel is classic Bullseye, making it the perfect cheap date for your centerfire 45.

Ruger Model 22/45 .22 LR, $199

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Yes, we know. It's filthy. But in function testing, the Ruger 22/45 kept on firing despite the crud. We recorded no malfunctions with the gun.
Part of the Ruger's appeal is the 1911-like feel of its polymer grip.
The Ruger's bull barrel offset any accuracy disadvantage the short sight radius may have caused.

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