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Ruger’s Mark IV 22/45 Lite Part II

I’ve been working on some ideas for a shop project. Over the past six months I’ve advanced the ball, metaphorically speaking, to conclude the project will incorporate and electric motor… 48 volts, 1000 Amps… and a sprocket. Beyond that, blank space, dead air, niemand ist zu hause. It is tough to think of something you…

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Ruger’s Mark IV Tactical Pistol

Summer began late this year and definitely has ended early, catching us flat footed; “us” being myself and my better half for over fifty years. The leaves on the maple trees have already begun to turn and the before winter to do list on the kitchen counter became a source of panic. No quick projects…

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Ruger’s 10/22 Target Lite

More than a rifle, I like to think of the Ruger 10/22 Target Lite rifle as a poorly employer paid, yet exceptional vacation. My job at Real Guns pays squat, but the Target Lite is so much fun to shoot. If asked for comment, I am sure Real Guns would say, “We pay you what you are worth” and Ruger would say, “Of course the Target Lite is fun to shoot. Why do you think we make it?”. All fair points.

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