Ruger SR22 Pistol

35Remington

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Dec 9, 2011
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Took this on trade from another member. Excited to shoot it and provide a report. I have come to love how easy it is to spend hours plinking with .22 caliber guns. Eventual plans are a threaded barrel (probably Twin Tech) and SilencerCo SS Sparrow.

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gcarrillo004

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Mar 27, 2012
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mine cycled during rapid fire sessions, doesn't care for slow shots. the take down lever blows though. Mine broke, used a company in Conroe Texas for the replacement. Was not going to deal with another bad factory part from Ruger. BTW, it would have cost around $30 to ship the gun to them. 30-45 day replacement time frame. Ordered from twin tech, got the part the next day. Took me 15 minutes to replace part while watching their instructional video. haven't had a problem since. Probably have ran 1300 rounds through the gun.
 

V-Tach

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We have one that has been a rental gun for a little over year......thousands of rounds with no problems...was just shooting it a few minutes ago...
 

ROGER4314

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Jul 11, 2009
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I have one and tried to make it fail. I dug up some rounds that had been rolling around in my car trunk, mixed HP and solid bullets and used dirty, damaged and really nasty rounds. It worked faultlessly!

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vmax

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how picky is it on ammo?


lead nose, plated, HV, CCI.. does it run good on them all?
 

austinbirdnut

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Mine does....i do note tho that cleaning the feed ramp well after each shoot helps...only had a few FTFs with some cheap ass Winchester stuff when I first ran it...seems perfect now...my kids love it too.
 
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