Kidd parts are quality
Much of Ruger's factory original parts work, but can, and should be made to higher quality. the Kidd spring and rod are one perfect example. the ruger's handle is short, the rod is bent, painted and gritty, and the spring is cheap and unevenly compresses. the Kidd bolt is longer, the rod is smooth and perfectly straight, and the three included springs compress evenly. it not only makes for a smoother action mechanism, it allows me to feel every shot, giving me feedback on each round fired. I shoot about 500 rounds per week.
Reviewed by: Zenderfall from California.