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I like the 22/45 with the lightweight Tactical Solutions aluminum barreled receiver on it. 5 inch is a good length for me from a balance and sight radius aspect. It's competition grade accurate and so light that it feels like a hollow toy. Great pot meat getter when you're out hunting, or to have in a BOB where weight is an issue.

 

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I like the 22/45 with the lightweight Tactical Solutions aluminum barreled receiver on it. 5 inch is a good length for me from a balance and sight radius aspect. It's competition grade accurate and so light that it feels like a hollow toy. Great pot meat getter when you're out hunting, or to have in a BOB where weight is an issue.

What kind of optic(s) do you mount on top?
 

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S&W Air-Lite 8-shot with a 3" barrel.
Browning Buckmark 4" barrel.
S&W Kit Gun 6-shot with a 4" barrel.

When I pick up one, I always look longingly at the two I'm leaving behind.

Don't know if I will ever buy another handgun, but that Ruger 22-45 tempts me, as does the High Standard Victor.
 

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Browning buckmark
It started life as a standard 5.5" slab side and was more accurate than its owner! Though a little heavy for what I wanted...
added a 4" tac-sol threaded barrel w/ compensator
integral scope rail/ rear sight
raised front iron sight
Burris fast fire red dot
green laminated target grips
Seems we have a good consensus going! :thumb:
 

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Ruger MkII target, all the way. I have a Burris Red-dot on mine and it is incredibly accurate. A real PITA to clean however-it's only real drawback.
Oh yes! I can tell you own a MKII just with that statement of it being a PITA to clean! I basically use a piece of pipe cleaner to get into the bolt/breech area and of course up through the grip. It takes a while yes it does! :thumb:
 
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