The Ruger Mark IV 22/45 Lite is a fun reasonably priced 22LR rimfire target pistol. It lends itself well to recreational target shooting. It might also work for small game animal handgun hunting. Or serve as a foundation for competitive shooting.
Is it possible that an AR-15, given multiple upper receivers, can be a single rifle that is versatile enough to cover all possible needs? I think it’s possible depending on one’s individual needs. One thing is certain, there are a plethora of options.
Revisiting the handgun cartridge selection debate. Short version: Unless defending against wildlife, the ballistic superiority of the handgun cartridge doesn’t really matter and it still comes down to shot placement.
The Ruger LCRx chambered for .22 Long Rifle is a solid revolver that is pleasant to shoot. It’s a fine instructional tool and a great option to practice the fundamentals of revolver handling.
Who doesn’t love a good revolver?