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Old 01-24-2013, 03:54 AM   #28291
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Yeah, I've been an old school shooter for years and just got into semi auto pistols this year. So I'm going thru the learning curve.
They are.....I guess I would say unique....to say the least.....but after you figure it out it really is not that bad....at least I don't have that big of a problem with it.
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Old 01-24-2013, 11:32 AM   #28292
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I don't recall the name of it, but someone makes a modification for the Ruger Mark series to make them much easier to take down and clean. My Mark III Hunter probably has 600 rounds through it, and I've never taken it down, but there are some pretty good youtube videos showing the procedure. I'm waiting for a day when I'm completely frustrated about all kinds of other stuff, because I'm pretty sure taking down the Ruger will ruin a good day!

Also, a magazine loader can make it much easier to go through box after box of .22LR.

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Picked up a new Mark 3 today. Didn't get to do a whole lot of shooting as it was stupid cold and it took more time than I expected to disassemble, clean and reassemble it before firing for the first time. Over all it seems like it will be a fun firearm to train with when at the range or out back for a lot less than the 9mm.
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Old 01-24-2013, 11:52 AM   #28293
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I don't recall the name of it, but someone makes a modification for the Ruger Mark series to make them much easier to take down and clean. My Mark III Hunter probably has 600 rounds through it, and I've never taken it down, but there are some pretty good youtube videos showing the procedure. I'm waiting for a day when I'm completely frustrated about all kinds of other stuff, because I'm pretty sure taking down the Ruger will ruin a good day!

Also, a magazine loader can make it much easier to go through box after box of .22LR.

Congrats, nice gun.
Take down is easy. Putting it back together...

Actually it's not bad if you follow along with one of the YouTube videos the first time or two.
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Old 01-24-2013, 11:54 AM   #28294
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Has anyone ever fired an Henri Pieper revolver rifle? They were used by the Mexican Army in the 1890s.
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Old 01-24-2013, 11:55 AM   #28295
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Take down is easy. Putting it back together...

Actually it's not bad if you follow along with one of the YouTube videos the first time or two.
They are not hard once you learn the trick.....you want a challange take apart a Nylon 66.
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Old 01-24-2013, 12:00 PM   #28296
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Take down is easy. Putting it back together...

Actually it's not bad if you follow along with one of the YouTube videos the first time or two.

Agreed, take down it the easy part.
Easier to put back together with the Bushing mod as you no longer need to mess with the trigger to get the hammer where you need it for reassembly.

I completely field strip mine every other time I shoot and run a boresnake through it after every time out.

While it's not like field stripping a Glock it isn't bad once you've done it a few times.
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Old 01-24-2013, 12:39 PM   #28297
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henri pieper carbineship;20565654]Has anyone ever fired an Henri Pieper revolver rifle? They were used by the Mexican Army in the 1890s.[/QUOTE]


Never heard of it, but they look cool as hell!
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Old 01-24-2013, 03:00 PM   #28298
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Take down is easy. Putting it back together...

Actually it's not bad if you follow along with one of the YouTube videos the first time or two.
No, I've done worse. I think the worst part is the in and out with the mag to reset the hammer (firing block?), what ever it's called.

Here's a vid of the MK3 and my second time breaking it down and reassembling it.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S_IL0Chv-Ho
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Old 01-24-2013, 05:50 PM   #28299
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Call me crazy but I've owned multiple Ruger MK IIs

over the years and I have NEVER had the need to take them apart. Just squirt some carb cleaner through the action if it gets really gummed up for godssakes. Usually good old Hoppes #9 and a toothbrush does just fine.
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Old 01-24-2013, 07:21 PM   #28300
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That's my routine. I love the gun but I'm afraid I won't anymore when I have it in pieces all over the kitchen table!


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over the years and I have NEVER had the need to take them apart. Just squirt some carb cleaner through the action if it gets really gummed up for godssakes. Usually good old Hoppes #9 and a toothbrush does just fine.
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Old 01-24-2013, 07:29 PM   #28301
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The MK 3 is a bear to reassemble at first but with a little practice it gets easier. Worth the trouble for a fine piece.
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Old 01-24-2013, 07:49 PM   #28302
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The MK 3 is a bear to reassemble at first but with a little practice it gets easier. Worth the trouble for a fine piece.
Yeah, and I'm one of those nut jobs who cleans everything after each use. It's my little OCD complex.

One another note. Thought I'd throw up a photo of something else that I shot recently, disassembled, cleaned and put back together till the next time.
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Old 01-24-2013, 09:10 PM   #28303
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I have an FN FAL, an AR15, and always wanted an AK but dragged my feet. I was lucky enough to purchase all the parts to build one right before the price gouging and craziness of mid-December.

Have any of you guys assembled an AK? I don't have a riveting tool and can't justify buying them for one build. It will be my only AK so a screw build is out of the question.
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Old 01-24-2013, 09:17 PM   #28304
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I got this beauty on a trade about 4 months ago. Didn't know it at the time but after researching it because it has no manufacturer markings it is a very early import Norinco gun imported by GLNIC before they started marking them with the manufacturer. Gun was NIB unfired.

Here is the only real info I could find on it......

They were reportedly an import company owned exclusively by the PLA. Guangdon Lingnan Ind. Corp GLNIC LA CA is "GLNIC Corporation of America", a company based in California, but owned by the People's Liberation Army of China. GLNIC may stand for "Guangdon Lingnan Ind. Corp." or "Guangdon Lingnan Import Company". The letters "CGA" may be stamped on the trunnion ahead of the serial number on early-import GLNIC AK47S rifles, and it appears that CGA was the exporter for pre-1989 GLNIC-imported AK47S and SKS rifles (later rifles were exported by Norinco).


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Old 01-25-2013, 03:54 AM   #28305
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Who made it....I am a bit of a carbine junkie.

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Yeah, and I'm one of those nut jobs who cleans everything after each use. It's my little OCD complex.

One another note. Thought I'd throw up a photo of something else that I shot recently, disassembled, cleaned and put back together till the next time.
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