Accessed January 13 2009. Wilson, R. L. Ruger MKI / MKII / MKIII Nazarians gun recognition guide Web site. Accessed January 8 2009. Wilson, R. L. " Ruger And His Guns; A History Of The Man, The Company And Their Firearms." 1996.
I can also say that it was not my favorite weapon as about every 15 rounds or so I would have to clear a non fired cartridge from the weapon. My other complaint would be in the difficulty of disassembly of the pistol.
I had not considered never dismantling the gun. I know the hammer gets powder residue on it in use, and have always believed it is necessary to clean as much of the insides as I can access.
Visionary practices such as these worked well with a firearm which needed to handle only.22 rimfire pressures, and the cost savings it produced allowed Sturm and Ruger to radically undersell the competition which was still harnessed to outdated and expensive manufacturing techniques.
I'm adding it to my faves. Thank you for your compliment and for adding it to your favorites. Oddly, it has been featured, but only within quot;Outdoors, quot; not within quot;All.
Features include a tapered inch barrel; a fixed, wide-blade Patridge-type front sight; and a windage-adjustable, square notch, dovetail-mounted rear sight. The grip panels are made of butaprene-type hard rubber with sharp diamond checkering and a silver with black Ruger eagle medallion inlaid in the left.