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Do we have any other fans of this handgun like myself. I have a SS Bull barrel model that has a 5 1/2 in barrel. I love to shoot this pistol. I would like to check out the new Mark III model that just come out.
 

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I like mine, but I am soon switching to a Browning Buckmark.. I like the feel of it better..

But I am going to wait and take a look at the New MKIII, see what it is like.. They used a way better mag realese on it...
 

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i love mine,(ss,5 1/2 bull) just don't like to take it apart. long range,50-75m, it will knock a few drink cans around.
 

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I have a SS Govt model and love it. Acurate, eats everything, and well made to last a lifetime! Plenty of aftermarket parts too!
 

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eldogg said:
i love mine,(ss,5 1/2 bull) just don't like to take it apart. long range,50-75m, it will knock a few drink cans around.
It sucks to take it apart but once you do it a few times it gets easy. The first time I took mine apart it took me like an hour to figure who to get it back together. I can put it together with easy know.
 

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I have one.
here's a picture of it with my Ruger P-90DC .45
 

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one of the best, if not the very best 22 cal I have ever shot, rifle or pistol.... all that for 50 bucks... I felt ashamed to steal it for that, but not so ashamed that I didn't!
 

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eldogg said:
i love mine,- just don't like to take it apart.
I have an older Mk1 w/6? barrel and target sights. I?ve had it for well over twenty years. And it?s no easier to put back together than the Mk2; you?ll get the hang of it soon, it?s all in the angle of the dangle if you know what I mean. There is a kit out that cost $30-$35 that replaces a couple of parts and makes it a matter of just a few seconds to tear down. I think it replaces the hammer spring housing and the vertical pin that passes up through the back of the receiver with an Allen head bolt of some kind. Just unscrew the bolt and you can pull the bolt w/firing pin and recoil spring out in around five seconds.
I?ve wanted to put a scope on this gun for years so I bought a one piece Leupold mount from CDNN down in Texas and their NcSTAR 2X20 handgun scope. It cost me almost $70 but I think it was worth it. My eye sight is getting worse but with this scope I can keep a two inch group at twenty five yards, not bad for a old gun that?s had thousands of rounds put through it. Now I?m trying a BSA Red Dot scope I got from Wally World for thirty bucks, it?s not as accurate but is faster to get on target for that first important killer shot.
 
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