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Shooting the Ruger Tactical Solutions upper

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by browningguy, Aug 18, 2012.

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  1. browningguy

    browningguy Member

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    So I finally got around to shooting this barrel assembly yesterday and I am very pleased. I had bought an old Mk I Ruger as a box of parts a while back and picked this barrel assembly up at a gun show for it. The orginal gun was 0% finish remaining and the barrel was really messed up with lots of pitting. It looked like someone had taken a hammer and chisel to it to get the original finish off.

    I only shot at 10 yards to see how it would do and I am very pleased, at least as accurate as any ogf the standard Rugers I have shot. It's long, but the barrel shroud is a very light weight aluminum so although it holds very steady it never feels too heavy. I tried severel different brands in it and everything functioned perfectly. We are going to the indoor range in a couple of weeks so I'll try to get some targets to post from it.

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    Cool. I've been thinking about one of these for my old Ruger. Did it require any fitting or did it drop right in?
     
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    Drops right in with no effort at all.
     
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