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Old 06-18-2019, 09:17 PM   #1
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Made two adds to my pistol collection

Added a RMIV .22 LR Competition & Glock 48 9mm.
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Sweet ... Not a Glock guy but I can appreciate. And every gun collection needs a nice .22 or two or five.
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The little Rugers have always intrigued me. Just don't have one... yet.
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Nice pick ups. The G48 has taunted me for a while, it doesn't seem like much until you hold one then you have an Eureka moment. At least I did, it was like "Holy smokes, Glock went and made a lightweight Commander".
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Love my Rugers, have two. One I've had for a long time, picked up a second 2 years ago and had it threaded for suppression.
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Old 06-19-2019, 11:01 AM   #6
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The little Rugers have always intrigued me. Just don't have one... yet.
I have thoroughly enjoyed Ruger rimfire pistols over the past 30 years.

About the only ongoing gripe folks had was difficulty field stripping and assembly. Endless horror stories. That remained the case for about 70 years until a couple years ago. The new IV is redesigned for ease of field stripping.

Ruger offers dozens of configurations. This is my favorite. Just thread on a can and mount a red dot. Instant fun.
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I also have a couple of Ruger MK IIs. A hard to find Government Model that I added grips, FO sights and mag release. A killer range gun. And an awesome Clark Custom Bullseye gun, bought from the hands of Hall of Fame Gunsmith, James Clark Sr. himself. Douglas barrel, Leupold scope, hand made, one of a kind grips the center piece of my gun collection.

I bought 3500 rounds of CCI Pistol Match just to feed these two bad boys.
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Old 06-20-2019, 07:57 PM   #8
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Like it...

I've got the 43X and quickly turning into a great carry gun...why the 48?? Just wondering, Everyone asks me why the 43X, reliable, small and light weight!!
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Congratulations on your new pistols.
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