Best advice: read the manual and watch some videos first.I do believe i have all that good stuff but any tips would help i have no idea what most of that stuff is but im sure its easy to figure out i was reading articles about all the diffrent kinds of ruger models and how to clean them. Nothing about the takedown but if its mostly the same thing then i hope its easy enough for a noob to figure out. If you have any other tips to make things easy i would love that information. I have never done this kind of thing before i just want to have a clean gun and be able to put everything back together again lol.
You have not damaged your rifle. You don't really have to clean it ever, as long as it works. Some people never clean their 22's.It is in deed pretty awesome and very enjoyable to shoot at the range. Any idea if i did damage by not cleaning it right away? A few weeks went by and i haven't used it since but i didn't know how to exactly clean it. It's my first gun so any helpful tips are appreciated.
Sure he didn't call it a "stove pipe"?When i took it to the firing range it seemed like atleast one bullet in the magazine the cartridge casing failed to eject and got caught in the slide. A friend called it a smoke stack. Is it common? Im taking the trigger assembly apart and was wondering if theres a way to prevent this from happening again?