Jack Ammo: Reliability is the most important factor when it comes to me choosing a
22lr pistol and my ruger 22/45 lite will eat absolutely any ammo you feed
it now that I swapped out the stock extractor for a volquartsen.
Vince L: I thought the Ruger was cool until I disassembled it. I also had a SH
series H.S. and the allen bolt would loosen. I now have a 50's Field King
combo with the button takedown that's heaven and the 50's S&W M41 is great
Reg Sparkes: I sure do like 'reviews' that are clear and to the point. No 'fluff' there
at all..you told it as you found each pistol. Before this I was uncertain
as to which one,...I really can't afford to buy all three, although I's
love to,.but I think now I'm 'leaning' towards the Buckmark......h'mmmmmm.
BlueMaxOneNine: It is unfair to determine quality by price alone, considering Sturm, Ruger
& Co., Inc. has no corporate debt and a commitment to lean, efficient
manufacturing processes. This enables Ruger to produce firearms at a much
lower end-price. I'm not a Ruger fan-boy. The perception that cheaper
price equals lower quality is simply not true for companies that have
focused heavily on industrial engineering processes in an effort to pass
the savings along to the customer.
thehotsixer1: my ruger requires a mallet, punch, a hard surface and a 2-3 hours to
nowyouseeittoo1: I have a Ruger MkIII 22-45 and I've taken it apart for cleaning once. Once
was enough for me. Nice feeling gun, shoots well, I like it a lot for
hunting small game. Problem is, I only got it back together (probably by
luck and about 5 or 6 youtube videos) after about 3 hours of cussing and
calling it every name in the book. I have a friend that bought one before I
got mine and found out he got so frustrated trying to assemble it that he
took his back in pieces to the dealer he got it from and traded it for
another different style gun at a $100.00 loss. He only had it one
Reg Sparkes: Oh,..I almost forgot to mention, I did subscribe, just now. Thanks for the
Matte Edström: bla bla bla, öhh blablabla öhhh blablablablablaba höhööö blablablabla ...
james towne: Why would you take the time to make a review on something and not release
the details in regards to which ammo doesn't work well with the browning?
Is it our friends ammo company? Do you work for them? Do they sponsor you?
Evanx373: Thats the good thing about ruger 22s ive shot several and own a couple they
will feed anything except sub sonic reliably
turbostewi: nice overview, the Ruger mk3 with 4.75" barrel seems to be a very accurate
pistol. Is the 6" pencil barrel measurable more accutare than the short
BR5499a: Burrrrr. You are more dedicated than I to go out in weather that cold.
Anne Kraft: yeah, they're all nice---brownings more shootable. please go to
www.mostholyfamilymonastery.com or www.vaticancatholic.com or in Spanish
www.vaticanoctolico.com to find out what religion to join in order to be
Bobby Williams: I have a Browning Buckmark and a Smith & Wesson Mod 41 it is hard to tell
which one is the best both shoot better thin can now days.
armorer1911: What State was that filmed?
trghudson: Nice Hi-Standard; you've taken great care of it.
Thomas Henry: Dry fring yes or no . I have a Ruger II bull stainless 25 t years. Shout a
lot . I know what it does do damage.
mark mead: One of my favorite things to do is cut up an 8' or 10' 4x4 into foot &1/2
sections and throw them out a few yards and quick draw my Browning Buckmark
rapid fire with spare magazines at the ready. Sending the 4x4s rolling out
at well over a hundred yards, no problem... not much left of them after
22 golf is as fun too... I'm glad I live where the deserts are secluded
enough to do this. The key is not to actually or squarely hit the ball it
can be hard to find them + using the dirt to get the ball in the
gopher/snake holes can be quite challenging.
icoach73: Good review - IMHO I feel your Ruger and Buckmark aren't really an apples
to apples comparison since Ruger does offer a more comparable model with a
bull barrel (I own it and love it), but you're right on about taking them
down - PITA. They do become easier to take down with time as the parts
break in, or if you're good with a dremel and/or 1000-1500 grit sandpaper
and know what to smooth out without damaging the pistol, you can reduce or
eliminate waiting for the pistol to break in
David Johnson: I own a Buckmark and a Ruger MkIII. Based on my experience with these two
pistols, I would say that reassembling the Ruger is a LOT more difficult
than reassembling the Browning. Just getting the bolt stop pin on the main
spring assembly through those holes in the MkIII receiver and bolt is a
pain in the ass. After you've done that, it's plain sailing as long as you
know the trick with the hammer strut. I had to make liberal use of my
rubber mallet! I guess it depends a bit on the individual gun, but there
are several YouTube videos discussing the MkIII reassembly nightmare.
charlie lambous: out of curiosity , i just purchased a browning buckmark contour today ,
what ammo did work well , i have a pardini sp22 and it only likes one
particular ammo after trying many different boxes ,also have a high
standard it eats anything lol, just trying to shorten my process of
elimination , great work on your video also , nice , would be nice to see
you strip the browning in full on here also just to see how its done
Charlie from Australia
honey badger: EVER SHOT A SMITH 41
cronos222: You said the Ruger doesn't take tools , how do you pop the take down pin
release on the back of the grip ?
Dalwhinnie15: I only have the Buckmark and the more I shoot it the more I love it. It
handles everything from standard to hyper velocity without incident, even
CCI Stingers. For kicks I even tried a couple of Remington Golden .22
shorts and they fired accurately and cycled the action just fine; they do
tend not to stack very well in the mag so I didn't load more than two of
them. Great gun.
Chef de NYC: Thanks! I'm more info ultrasound type of work. I learn most of the stuff myself online. Just only recently start looking for a school to make things "official". Hehe
Browning Buckmark vs Ruger MkIII vs Hi-Standard Dura-matic4.6
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