Jason Holland: It has been said many times in the comments probably but I'm adding my two cents worth. Thanks for making my disassembly, cleaning, and reassembly a piece of cake. Great video.
Scott O'Malley: Fantasic strip down and video,always wanted one of these but the word was hard to strip down.Watching this video it couldn't be easy and people telling me how hard it was to strip down put me off. This video makes it look alot easier than my GSG 1911 .22. Thanks for taking the time share your knowledge and doing the video now i just gotta go get one.
Sensei Owens: And to think that there was actually a time when I would not use this fine pistol because I was concerned about breaking it down and putting it back together. You did an awesome job here. Thank you kindly for sharing your knowledge with us.
Colette Molyneaux: Excellent video! This is the first time I field stripped, cleaned and assembled. No problems. Thanks so much!
Spray Man: My man. first time cleaning my 22/45 lite, others videos had their ways but just wasn't working for me...then your short but sweet, to the point basics...had mine back together perfectly in time with video. you kept it simple...Thanks.
Jerry Burke: You cannot believe how much time you saved me and got me out of a mess.Thank you
david wolfe: Johnny,Thanks for the video on the 22/45 dis and reassy . Great help ! Already stuck it once and called Ruger tech. Beat on it. Don't like that fix. Searched u-tube like your video. That was 3yrs ago. Still go back and watch it.Hope you and your family are doing well.Thanks again,The old man in North Carolina Go Heels !!!
Kenneth James: i wish i would have found this last night. i kept forgetting to pull the trigger when putting the nmain spring in. arrgh. just picked mine up last week and yesterday shot about 500 rounds throughit. haven't zero the sights to my satisfaction but at 15 yards everything is on target. i've only been shooting since late january so pretty happy with that. love my rugers too,(single six and target 22/45 with "cocobolo" grips. thanks for the video, without the net i would probably still be waiting on my first bullseye at 7 yds. thank you to ev eryone who's posted how to vids including the fbi training vid from the 50's
Randy Hermann: Thanks for posting. Helpful to see it as "easy" vs what I read.
Jeff Schmidt: simple works everytime, perfect
well69: Point up to sky on the last step. Crucial. Thanks for this video.
sifu62: Johnny your amazing your I got a lemon. I had to really work the mainspring housing to get it out. Then the bolt refuses to come out. Now I can't get the damn mainspring back so I believe it's off to Ruger. :-(
Rik Boyd: Nice! Have one on the way. Heard they were a nightmare, you made it look easy, thanks for the vid,bro.
Danny Di: Yo this is the best video I seen on taking this apart by far you are the best teacher for this. Great video.....I can't wait to try this method.i watch 15 videos on this and every one of them told you something different......
Paul Engle: Nice video .. ruger must be jealous as yours is a bit easier to follow !
Loren Peterson: Thank you. Good job. Appreciate you going to the trouble. AAA!!!
ss109guy: Not working for me but thanks for taking the time. Same problem at the end with the main spring lever.
da Bob: Wow, many thanks!
Using the manual and looking at a couple other YouTube videos - and even cutting myself during the process, you would think this was rocket science. Your short and to-the-point demo makes it so dang easy.
vincevega1000: This is the best video, brother!
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