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Discussion in 'Handgun Classifieds' started by guitarguy, Mar 14, 2017.
pretty gun" but i heard these marks are a real pain to takedown.
I have been shooting this type of Ruger (MK 1,2 and3) about 20 years and I had to learn how to disassemble and clean the pistols. I have no special skills. They require a step by step disassembly. I learned how to do it and I don't even think about it any more. They have sold hundreds of thousands of these (millions ?) since 1949. There are easier guns to disassemble but the accuracy of the design makes it worth it to me. Apparently there are a lot of shooters who agree with me but Ruger has changed the takedown on the MK4 to make it simpler so they acknowledged that it could be better.
My attitude is that if I can do it, anybody can.
The MKII is dead simple once you see how it's done. When they first hit the manuals were VERY vague. Ruger kept getting them back in parts. They updated the manual to make it clear. Then the net came along and it's dead simple once you see it. The MKIII ads another step but some smart people found a simple fix for that now too.
Price drop to $350!!!
This has a 2 pound trigger pull!
This is not your Dad's Ruger .22 plinker.