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Description:
Classic Feel, Modern Design. No other .22 LR pistol provides the feel of the classic 1911 pistol with the proven reliability and value of the Ruger® 22/45™ pistols. The perfect trainer, it allows for low-cost practice and provides shooters with the familiar and preferred grip shape and feel of the famous 1911 .45 caliber pistol. In addition to the identical grip angles, the 22/45 features the same fire control locations (manual safeties, magazine releases and bolt hold-opens) as the 1911, making them perfect for .45 caliber shooters looking for an affordable way to train. Also perfect for plinking, target shooting, and small game hunting, the 22/45 is available in a variety of configurations and barrel lengths, each with the same trusted reliability that Ruger has delivered since 1949.

Specifications:
Material: Alloy Steel
Finish: Blued
Grip Frame: Zytel® Polymer
Grips: Integral
Front Sight: Fixed
Rear Sight: Adjustable
Barrel Style: Target Barrel
Length: 5.50`
Overall Length: 9.50`
Height: 5.35`
Width: 1.00`
Weight: 32.00 oz.
Twist: 1:16` RH
Grooves: 6
MA Approved & Certified: No
CA Approved: Yes
Capacity: 10

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Ruger 22/45 Mark III
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Super cheap!!! I prefer the mark III my self, but throw on some 1911 grips on this bad boy and it will fit your hand much better.

BlurryEyed said:   Super cheap!!! I prefer the mark III my self, but throw on some 1911 grips on this bad boy and it will fit your hand much better.

I got one of these a few months ago. Love the gun; it's a tack driver. However, the grips are a bit small and they are a part of the frame. That is, they don't come off. It is a chore to change grips; look online and you'll see the lengths some people have gone to. Older models (and apparently some of the new models) did have removable grips that you could swap with standard 1911 grips. Too bad they changed...this production method must be cheaper.

Still, I like the gun.

$259>95



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