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Old September 28, 2012, 07:59 PM   #8
Zhillsauditor
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which of the two is more accurate,
I'd say the mark 3 gets a slight nod here, but both will be more accurate than many shooters.
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low maintanance,
Single ten. Normally, revolvers take more time to clean in my experience, but the take down of the mark 3 is a pain.
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more reliable?
Probably the single ten. I say probably as a good mark 3 can be very reliable. But, there is just not much that can go wrong with the single ten out of the box, so it would get the nod here.

I recently bought a used single ten. Buying the wolff spring replacements did wonders for the action, and I actually like it. As I have a hate-hate relationship with Ruger, that is a real compliment.
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