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Posted: 7/27/2002 1:55:21 PM EST
Link Posted: 7/27/2002 1:58:17 PM EST
Link Posted: 7/27/2002 2:00:29 PM EST
My little Mark II fits together so tightly that I hate cleaning it - and it does fill with grit.
Link Posted: 7/27/2002 2:01:30 PM EST
I agree. The gun I look forward to cleaning the [b]least[/b] tonight is my Ruger 10/22. the_reject
Link Posted: 7/27/2002 2:28:09 PM EST
I'm sorry but I have to chime in here. The 10/22 is one of the easiest to take apart to clean...mine is circa '65...Unless things have changed...and the basic design is still the same...why are you guy's having a problem??? Just curious.[?]
Link Posted: 7/27/2002 2:32:37 PM EST
Link Posted: 7/27/2002 2:34:00 PM EST
The Mk.IIs are definitely a bitch, My 10/22 I just blast with Gun Scrubber and Bore Snake the barrel, I might take it completely apart once a year, but I don't find it all that difficult. Ya gotta love the GP-100 though, who else makes a modern DA revolver that comes apart so easily and quickly? [8D]
Link Posted: 7/27/2002 2:39:30 PM EST
Originally Posted By thedave1164: Don't, I repeat DON'T Remove the grip frame on the Single Six .22 revolver. That would be a bad idea. dave
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I would have to agree with dave, 10/22 is not a problem though
Link Posted: 7/27/2002 3:07:35 PM EST
I have a vintage '78 and '96 10/22 and they are easy. My Mkll isn't too bad if I take it apart on a regular basis. As it is, I would need the manual because it's been a while. It's not bad, but it ain't the easiest. My Blackhawk and New Model Blackhawk are about the same as the Mkll.
Link Posted: 7/27/2002 3:45:08 PM EST
Never had a problem with my 10/22, but I agree about the Mark II. I keep meaning to check into that kit that's supposed to make the Mark II easy to take apart and put back together. Anyone know who makes that thing? USPC40 [img]www.ar15.com/members/albums/USPC40/line.gif[/img] [url=www.nra.org][b][red]NRA[/red][/url] [url=www.nra.org][blue]Life Member[/blue][/url] [url=www.gunowners.org][b][red]GOA[/red] [/url] [url=www.gunowners.org][blue]Life Member[/blue][/url] [url=www.saf.org][red]SAF[/red][/url] [url=www.saf.org][blue]Supporter[/blue][/url] [url=sas-aim.org][red]SAS[/red][/url] [url=sas-aim.org][blue]Supporter[/blue][/b][/url] [img]www.ar15.com/members/albums/USPC40/alabamaflag.gif[/img]
Link Posted: 7/27/2002 3:49:02 PM EST
Originally Posted By SWS: My little Mark II fits together so tightly that I hate cleaning it - and it does fill with grit.
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Heck, i have not cleaned my Mark II in two years!
Link Posted: 7/27/2002 7:05:26 PM EST
The Mini-14 I had (sold due to layoffs, otherwise would still have it, to answer any remarks) was easy to clean and my P-series pistols are a breeze.
Link Posted: 7/27/2002 7:08:46 PM EST
I hear your pain on the 22/45...thats kinda tricky getting that hammer strut back where it belongs....ECS
Link Posted: 7/27/2002 7:25:40 PM EST
I like cleaning my No.3 . Easiest gun to clean for me.
Link Posted: 7/27/2002 7:28:38 PM EST
You guys clean your ruger .22's? [:)] I hate cleaning the MK II. The 10/22 isnt all that bad.
Link Posted: 7/27/2002 7:42:04 PM EST
Reassembling a MkII is [i]not[/i] intuitive - you need the instruction manual. And it's tighter than a virgin when new. But once you've done it two or three times, it's no big deal. The first time I stripped my 10-22 it took me a bit to get it back together, but I did it. I wouldn't want to disassemble the trigger assembly, though.
Link Posted: 7/27/2002 7:45:29 PM EST
The MK2 is easy if you know a little trick.I'll be damned if I can remember it.5 seconds is all it takes.I'll ask the guy to show it to me agian.i haven't had one in 5 or so years.
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