Yea that's just the thing no tools are required to break the 22/45 down , none .
Too bad the sales guy didn't know how to disassemble the pistol. I was in a buying mood. He said he had shot thousands of rounds through his Ruger 22/45 but had only cleaned the barrel. He must be using that high price .22 ammo because the bulk pack stuff I shoot is nasty.
My "easy to disassemble" award goes to the Springfield XDm line. Flip the lever and remove slide/barrel assembly. Field strip in five seconds.
I think I'll take a gander at the videos so I can tell the sales clerk where to get a little help.