Originally Posted by El Guero
I guess I've just decided to live with my 10/22 being dirty. I've shot probably a couple thousand rounds with it having done nothing but spray some Rem-Oil in around the breech a couple times. No problems that I can't attribute to a crappy Butler Creek magazine or shitty ammo. The 22/45 gets the same treatment and runs just as well (with good ammo).
is the 22-45 easier to take apart and get BACK together than the other MK based handguns?