jimmytehgeek: Thanks - this is easy enough even for me. :D
Feldjaeger220: Thank you for the straight forward video. Yes, the Ruger .22 is a blast to shoot, and very inexpensive for teaching hand gun basics.
dustdeviltc88: Simple and straight forward - just the way we like things. Thanks JOS.
Chris Mauro: Thanks. Mine is very tight but your video instruction is spot on.
patrice lauberton: merci
kevin speirs (Guard): Excellent job. I love a video that is short, quick, and gets right to the point!
Gosalukis: Just a quick note to thank you. Took my 22/45 apart for the first time to clean, and couldn't get it back together correctly because of the issue with the mainspring housing latch pin. After looking at several other videos, and the Ruger manual (useless), I came across your video. You're the only one that provided an easy method for making sure the pin is in the right place during reassembly, and it worked great (after 2 hours of frustration)! Thanks again!
John Smiley: Great video - simple fast effective. Watched video and then was able to assembly my 22/45 in just seconds. Thanks!
barnmaster98: thankyou for this video, I just bought my mark iii and had it all dissassembled to see if I really did need tools to dissassemble/reassemble, well it took it all apart by hand but putting it back together I just couldn't get the spring in. your video was the first one I clicked on
fourninesixbbc: Thanks. Worked great for me.
Barb Biffle Bennett: Thanks for the GREAT video. I just bought the same firearm and this was super to help me get acquainted with it before I shoot it. Much BETTER than anything from Ruger.
Joe Guzman: Wow you made it very easy the first time i did that was in the early 1980s it took me 45 minutes
Rbis1326: Very well done! I have been having much difficulty with the reassembly of this firearm, although I love shooting it. Your presentation has made it much less difficult, in fact, not difficult at all to reassemble... THANK YOU MUCH!!
pisipete: Followed your instructions my first time disassembling my new 22/45 & it worked like a charm, very tight fit & needed lots of muscle but it worked. My second time I used the Ruger instructions & the gun was inoperable after multiple attempts of following the manual to a T. Came back to your vid & was able to put it back together without issue. THANKS!!!
Patrick Hawkins: The directions that came with the gun from Ruger were very confusing. Your video simplified the whole dis-assembly/assembly process. Thanks!
chiefdog1019: Dude, Awesome video. This was the 3rd time I took apart my Mark 3 and the first time I found your video. Your video was the best one I found, simple and straight forward. Take down, cleaning and reassembly took all of about 10 minutes. Thanks for posting and sharing your video. Thumbs up here.
Kyle Bunnell: Well after trying that about 10 times it finally worked haha. That was my first time breaking down my MkIII 22/45 for cleaning. This thing is a pain on your fingers trying to put everything back in the right place. Great shooter though so it kind of makes up for the outdated/overly complicated design!! Nice vid!
Nathan Sarsons: Ha! Backed the trigger over travel screw, it works now. Found it at "troubleshooting the MK111" Great page!
Nathan Sarsons: Hi , I liked your video. I have a problem with my 22/45, the hammer doesn't drop when I pull the trigger? Any tips?
Pistol Pete: Just did it....like you said, a piece of cake! Johnny Buzz Kill Rocks...
Ruger MK III 22 45 Fieldstrip ( disassemble & reassemble ) made easy5
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