Gun Report

Ruger 22/45 No. 10107 Bull Barrel 22 LR

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The Ruger is an inexpensive handgun, but one with many good features. Foremost among these is reliability, and the friendly Ruger simply outshot the Colt. Your pride of ownership in the Colt may be dimmed when it is outshot by this upstart.

Ruger 22/45 No. 10107 Bull Barrel 22 LR

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The controls of the Ruger were universally praised for placement, but the buttons were not as comfortable as true Browning-type levers.
The rugged adjustable sights of the Ruger are not prone to breakage, and they offer a first-class sight picture. The front post of the Ruger 22/45 leaves nothing to be desired on a target-grade pistol.
The Ruger adjustable rear sight is rugged and easily adjusted. It is a model for versatility. The Ruger 22/45 is a handsome modern handgun of steel and polymer construction.

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