And then there were two

Discussion in 'Ruger Rimfire Forums' started by Diesel, Jan 21, 2013.

  1. Diesel

    Diesel New Member

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    Ok gang. So I went from owning zero Rugers to being the proud owner of two Rugers. I've always liked and appreciated a nice Ruger but someone I never managed to seal the deal on one. So here are my new toys. The first is a Mark III threaded barrel that I came across at my local shop. Ended up at $410 out the door. I was looking hard at the Ruger Lite but I just did not like how the mag ejects. Kept catching my big mitt on the way down. This just felt better for me. This is my goal for it. Paperwork is about to get put in for a suppressor so I am very excited.

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    The second is a Mark II stainless slab side. Actually found it from a co-worker who just had a new baby and needed a little extra cash. I've yet to shoot either one but that changes tomorrow and I can't wait. I am looking for suggestions for sights for the slab side. It has the factory Ruger sight rail and rings but I just don't like the tube style red dots. Thanks in advance boys. Sorry for the crappy pics of the Slab. She look smuch better in person.
     

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  2. SHOOTER13

    SHOOTER13 RETIRED MODERATOR Lifetime Supporter

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    Very nice Diesel !!
     

  3. FrogSwatter

    FrogSwatter New Member

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    You have every right to be excited. Those are two very nice looking Rugers! Congratulations!!!
     
  4. Pancho_Villa

    Pancho_Villa Active Member

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    Very nice pistolas ya have there. I'm kinda hung up on the MKIIs. Got a couple of stainless targets for myself and a standard 4" for the wife.

    Everyone that comes over to visit loves to shoot the Ruger auto pistolas.
     
  5. jmohme

    jmohme Member

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    Two good looking Rugers you have there.
     
  6. Dig

    Dig New Member

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    You should have some fun now, great looking firearms!