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Discussion in 'Ruger Rimfire Forums' started by Blaze, Jan 3, 2014.
What you guys think of this.
I'm not sure what I think of that.
I think I'll hold onto my gold Lite.
I kinda like bud light platinum. The pistol looks good too
Ill put it on my wish list....just not at the top.
I wasn't a fan of these type of .22s. But this only isn't bad I kinda wouldn't mind shooting it.
Ive shot 22/45s and MK2/MK3s, I like em, very accurate.
But Im always interested in something a little different or unique.
Does standard government 1911 grips work on these ??? I've have never owned these yes
Modifiction is required.
Ok thanks for the info
I like it.......pretty cool looking gun.
Im not sure what I think... I like my GOLD LITE, and like the black with flutes, but this one just doesnt grab me. I do like that Ruger keeps changing the LITE, makes my GOLD a collector, in my eyes at least. I put my GOLD one away, and bought a Tac-Sol upper for one of my other 22/45s, so I could still have a LITE, and keep the GOLD one pristine.
I would buy a CAMO LITE next
I like the looks of them. The color is sweet.
Shouldn't be an issue here in AZ with our dry climate, but if I lived in a more humid area I would wonder if the holes going through the receiver would allow moisture to get in and stay in.
I like this one better than the gold lite, but not as much as I like my fluted lite.
I have one ordered, and I like the Hogue rubber grips much better than the black wood grips that come on the previous black barrel LITE
I pick mine up tomorrow. It will go good with my black fluted Lite. I've got Hogue target grip, V sear, a compensator, and hammer bushing on the way. I have a Tru-glow on the black Lite but, I have a spare Fastfire II that may just go on the holy Lite.