JonnyBuzzkill: Looks like 32 people from Ruger are not big fans of my video! Come on
Ruger... let me make a video for you! If the " thumbs down " folks are not
from Ruger, please feel free to let me know what you dislike, or what your
problem is, and I will try to help to the best of my ability. For the
record, I love my 22/45 and all my other Ruger firearms! Questions: just
HOLYHECKITSPAUL: Pulling down to release the bolt will NOT happen, its like its cemented in
there. Ive tried using a punch and hammer on the retaining pin on the top
Steve Goulette: Very professional and very helpful. Thanks !
mogyory1: Awesome video, thanks!
Joe Tartaglia: Well done sir. After watching your video, I was able to disassemble, clean,
and reassemble the weapon with ease. Many Thanks, Joe T
Cheryl Waters: Great video, but *one question*: Won't dry firing before disassembling it
hurt the gun? I thought dry firing is bad for a .22 rimfire, so why would
it require dry firing before being disassembled?
Brady Tribble: Good video, thank you
Pistol Pete: Just picked one up today.....and needless to say am a bit overwhelmed by
the "stories".... You make it as easy as scrambling eggs ! Thanks
brother.... you have some patience!
Keith Melton: Thank you, well done.
Robert Jacobo: Great video, however...most of us WILL need a rubber mallet to get the
barrel off AND back on. Have a wooden or non-marring dowel rod to tap out
the "pin" at the beginning of the process. Mine is just too tight to do
without tools. Ihave diss/re assembled it about 10 times now with
diffiiculty each time. Not because each step was difficult, but the barrel
will not simply slide off, and the holes do not align that easy. Also,
there is no indicator lines telling you when the barrl has been pushed back
on far enough to the rear. You make want to place marks yourself. Check
this site out: http://www.guntalk-online.com/TroubleshootingPage.htm
tommy galante: Thanks for the video I was thinking about getting one but seemed to
complicated to take down but after watching this I'm picking one up
Michael K: best 2.5 minutes ever...thanks
kenneth bunn: Thanks for the video. Best one I've seen on assembling & disassembling the
Bruce A: i now know why ruger said "you should not strip your gun after each
shooting." it was a pain to get back together. my first mistake was going
to ruger.com. If ruger read all of your comments and prays, you could be
making the next set of videos.
Thanks. R/ Bruce
YOHANN SCHNITZEL: Thank you sir. That was the clearest most straightforward video I've seen
in a long time.
Robert Jacobo: Oh, as far as dry firing/pulling the trigger, the firearm has a firing pin
stop which prevents the hammer from striking any part of the chamber. For
you old timers and young pups who were informed by the old timers, you can
buy snap caps or use plastic anchor bolts if you believe you will still
damage the firearm (do not remember the correct size but I believe they are
most often yellow in color),.
webfish100: Great video! The best I've seen!
Richard A Whitesel: Good job. Thanks.
Farmer Harrison: Finally, a Youtuber who actually rehearses his vid so that the final is
concise! Terrific execution -- no wasted words or wasted motion. Very
impressive. As for the fools who are complaining that you called the
magazine a "clip," ignore them. The distinction between "clip" and
"magazine" is of recent vintage (e.g., I have magazines on old rifles that
"clip" in, and are described in their manuals as "clips" not "magazines")
and the distinction seems to be used chiefly by desk warriors to attempt to
nag on the Internet. Actually hunters, law enforcement personnel, etc.
don't give a fig which word you use and know exactly what you mean when you
use either. One might as well complain that "magazine" is inaccurate
because it originally referred to a storage room in a fort or a boat. Geez.
Ron Mazzeo: Thank-you JonnyBuzzkill, very informative video...
Thomas Leary: JonnyBuzzkill. While I had to use far more force on my tight, new Ruger
III than you did, your technique worked! I was a doubter given the hours
of frustration with this particular firearm before I saw your video. Thank
you for the video, it was very helpful.
Since you asked for comments, I will give you one. Not everyone has a
compliant firearm as you used in your demonstration. I think that is why
some commented in an aggressive manner. At any rate, some viewers may be
frustrated when their new firearm requires more "encouragement" for the
tight parts to comply than your firearm in the video. I respectfully
suggest that you let the viewer know of those portions of the video where
the tight parts may need more force than is demonstrated in your video so
that the viewer does not become frustrated. I also suggest that you let
them know how to apply the greater force.
Thank you again for the video, and good luck to you.
Dan Elia: GREAT VIDEO Nobody that I have seen explains the step by step sequence
order especially at the end. Ruger has overbuilt this making it more
complicated than it should be! A friend of mine and I spent 3 hrs. last
night then another friend 2 hrs. this am...then I finally gave up and
brought it in... Dont think i'll be breaking this down in the future I give
you a lot of credit! Thanks Once Again!!
Kevin Arndt: thanks best 22/45 assembly video yet
MC Yooper: Good 1 guy you got it! get out and shoot that.Mark 3 is best 22 pistol some
one needs too make mag extensions!
Oru Anna: You really made it easy to understand. Thank you.
Rich InTheUSA: Agree.. best video for putting the Ruger Mk III together again.
bigrebone: much obliged.
Gregg Frank: Best and fastest Ruger 22/45 breakdown video out here. Thank you! :)
eric swenson: thanks for the video. i had a stuck bolt and that last part on the
reassembly was the trick to resetting something inside to getting the bolt
David Warren: Cant thank you enough.
fran kie: Good video, you were the only one that I have seen that mentioned the
michael schrader: thankyou mr busskill you rock best vid on this gun whish i found you long
time ago mike
aj cole: Nice video. I will bet you practiced that many times. Just for others sake,
some guns have quirks like hard sliding barrels. The truth about properly
setting the hammer lever in the main spring assembly is that a first timer
will not get it so easily. A common issue is reassembly yet the slide will
not pull back meaning the lever did not seat properly and to just try it
MrJikman: Wish most gun videos are concise and to the point like yours. Thanks.
mgarcia830310: Just got mine yesterday excellent video big help right to the point and
very informal . watched a lot of these videos and yours was the most
helpful thank you !!
implodinggoat: Good vid; but I don't know how you got that pin to go in and out so
easily. Mine fought me tooth and nail to get in and out.
It went most of the way relatively easily; but then it got hung up on the
bolt at the point where just a little bit of the indicator bump was showing
out the top of the barrel. Once I got it to that point I had to fight it.
Could never get it to go in or out in one motion like you did.
Jeff S: Good assembly. Got a question though...Ruger assembly instructions has two
extra steps before closing the spring housing. 1) making sure the hammer is
in the full forward position. 2) before closing the spring assembly all the
way, remove the magazine. So are those two steps not needed?
elcoslic: Hey man whats up idk if i commented before but i just wanted to say thanks
for this vid it sure helpd me out when i picked up my mark3 like u said
people do make seem freakin impossible to do but its not.i added this vid
to my playlist for reference thanks
MyHollowpoint: Best vid I've seen so far. Need to watch it a dozen times or so :)
mjpuopolo: Thanks Buzzkill, I spent an hour last night trying to get my 22/45 MK III
back together. There is a small bit thats different with the new 22/45, I
had to drop the mag to get the mainspring housing back in. You made it so
easy I dont even know what I was doing wrong any more. Thanks for the great
JonnyBuzzkill: On what grounds is my video misleading? What is the factual evidence that
you have that leads you to believe that I “ buffed “ any of the parts of my
Ruger? If I was a lawyered up jerk off, I would sue you for defamation of
character and slander. You sir are babbling non factual, hypothetically
assumed and derogatory slander that is completely unfounded… you sir are
the one who is misleading! Read some of the 270 previous comments.
alex karnitsky: dry firing a rimfire and calling a magazine a clip?
Jim Wardlow: Thx you have been a great help ..
mrchucknorrisninja: Thanks alot man. I was stuck for a while. Good video.
JonnyBuzzkill: Given all the great feedback I have received, I can’t figure out how this
video has 11 thumbs down. If you are a thumbs down kind of person, please
at least leave a comment on what you didn’t like, as this might be helpful
in the future.
jeffrealtall1: thanks bra, i'm not sure why so many people have a problem with the mark
Eddie Inzauto: The Ruger MkIII series handguns, including the 22/45, have a firing pin
stop (a heavy steel pin) that blocks the firing pin from moving forward
enough to peen the chamber. That allows them to be dry fired without fear
of damaging the gun. The manual instructs owners to dry fire as part of the
Penelope Anne Creighton: Do these same instructions work for the Mark II? Mine came apart easy
enough (no mallet needed, sorry guys), but getting it back together gave me
some problems with the hammer assembly. Thank you.
wvillewhippoorwill: Wow, thanks for making this so easy! Ruger should hire you to rewrite their