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Do they make good guns?
I have liked the ruger guns I own. GP100, 10/22 and mini 14.
>another vatnagger slide thread accomplished
why dont you take a look at page 10, and see whats actually sliding off
>its another ruger thread
i don't know what i expected
>I'm making a slide thread to slide things off page 10 that I don't want to see on /k/
>therefore this isn't a slide thread because I'm sliding what I decided to slide
Go fuck yourself, SPAMfag.
>any post that isn't about my favorite war is a shill thread
Don't you think you're being kind of annoying? There are plenty of threads on the Ukraine War already. Nobody has an incentive to slide threads about Ukraine as both political sides in the West oppose what Russia is doing. The jannies are not Russian.
In my experience, no.
My Ruger American Rimfire had really ugly and obvious machining marks on the rear of the receiver. And on my Charger the finish was flaking off like cheap spraypaint. My MPR was fine but it comes with a cuck bolt.
don't buy plastic garbage
All Ruger handguns also come with safety warnings, which is reason enough not to buy them.
nope, just bought a ruger mark iv and the front sight is crooked and all fucked up, both sights are also scratched the fuck up
Dude just email them and they'll give you a FedEx label to ship for free so they can fix it.
Same happened with my GP100, the barrel came canted but they fixed it for free. Their customer service is top notch.
they're cheap plastic mass produced slop for cheap plastic mass produced americonsoomers working their bullshit jobs they drive to with cars bought on credit living in OSB shacks.
their plastic handguns are mediocre
I had low expectations for their boltguns but it exceeded them so I was happy with the hundred bucks and change I put into my American Rimfire
try buying one of their good guns instead
post safety warning engraving
that would require finding my phone
This but it's the more negative out-look. Everything they make was supposed to just cross the threshold of "good/works well enough" but as cheap as possible. The positive look is that it's cheap but works well. They're good for their mission.
Only exception in a positive unique quality is SOME of their revolvers can handle significantly higher pressures than competitors which is great for handloading.
Ive been happy with every one I own so far. 10/22, SR9, SR1911 and AR
I got the Ruger Black Hawk with the 6 1/2" barrel and I'm really happy with it. To be fair though I didn't buy it retail but traded a 89 Ford Ranger for it.
Revolvers are all great, rimfires are all great especially the mk4 and 10/22, the m77 is great, the PC carbine is great. Everything else is hit or miss. Fully American company so bonus points for that
I love my 10/22 and my MKIV.
Unironically yes, some of them are a bit cheaper on the quality side of things but they're usually perfectly functional. LCR, LCP, Mk4 and the GP100 are all standouts within their respective categories for instance.
absolutely love my Rugers
I have the NJ cucked version of the AR556, and I haven't had any failure whatsoever yet. That includes running it with the CCMG 22lr conversion kit. I did replace the rear site with a Magpul mbus pro lr, as the stock rear was ever so slightly canted to the left, but if I send it out to QC I'm sure they'll replace it no questions asked. I also bought the rifle just before 2020 kicked off, so I got it for a steal.
Yes. They also make some crappy guns that are lacking in quality and QC on their better models does periodically slip, but overall most of their products are good most of the time.
Like all Gun manufacturers, the answer is more complicated than a simple Yes or No.
Mostly Yes, sometimes No.
I've owned a few Rugers, of them, only the LCP MAX was truly garbage. It would seize up in a way that only field stripping and reassembly would fix, and only for a random amount of time, but no more than 100 rounds, usually less than 50.
10/22 is one of the most popular rifles ever made and has what is likely an unsurpassed aftermarket.
Mk IV 22/45 is a good gun, I just couldn't shoot it worth a shit.
American Rimfire in 22lr is probably as good as you get at the pricepoint and shares mags with the 10/22.
Super Red Hawk is an overbuilt tank of a gun that is ridiculous, and I love it for that.
The SR22 has an utterly garbage trigger. But that's actually why I bought it. Because if you can shoot a shit trigger well, you can shoot a good trigger even better. Other than the shit trigger it's actually a really good little firearm. Very easy to clean too.
The Rangler I had was sorta crap, could not get it to be accurate no matter what ammo I fed it.
The Single Six on the other hand is a very nice 22lr/22WMR revolver that you'll pass down some day. Pretty damn accurate.
The AR556 is... well it's an AR. Nothing more, nothing less. Mine has been completely reliable excepting for that time I tried to feed it steel case ammo. That didn't go well. But it's fine with brass. Might just be my gun tho.
Those are all their guns I have personal experience with and can speak directly about.
Anyone have any Ruger Custom Shop guns? Is the Precision Rifle and SR1911 Competition Custom Shop variants worth it? Are they higher quality or just cosmetic differences from the base models?
I want a 6" 7 shot GP100 so bad
Luv muh super blackhawk.
Do we like it, /k/omrades?
My GP100 Match Champion has been incredible
SP101 has been my most used carry piece
I have a first series Mini-14 but that one jams regularly, not sure if it’s the mags or an extraction issue. Mags are very old.
I inherited all these guns tho so I am a bit biased. For free guns you can do much worse
Oh I also have a Vaquero 5.5” SAA copy. Fantastic cowboy gun for what it is but I wish I could trade it for a real Colt SAA
Yes and fuck boomers who are still pissy over Bill being a turbofudd.
Plus they saved Marlin.
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