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Ruger Mark II

Postby LowKey » 19 May 2018 12

My nephew recently discovered the joy of shooting the Ruger Mark II 22.

The pistol was long overdue for a thorough cleaning.
However, the Ruger manual provided minimal guidance for disassembly and reassembly.

With the help of the University of YouTube, the project became possible.

Thank goodness for the souls that are willing to share their knowledge and experience online.


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Re: Ruger Mark II

Postby HarryAlonzo » 19 May 2018 13

Amen. How old is your nephew?
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Re: Ruger Mark II

Postby LowKey » 19 May 2018 13

Fifteen.
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Re: Ruger Mark II

Postby GasGuzzler » 20 May 2018 06

I have a MKIII 22/45 with MKII Volq hammer (magazine safety delete) parts. I've spent as much in mods as the base gun cost. It's a laser.

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Re: Ruger Mark II

Postby Missionary » 20 May 2018 09

Greetings
You Tube has helped us with numerous firearm projects !!! Those Japchester 86's !!!!
A model II is one we have never owned. Have a Model I & III … Had a 1951 or 52 made Model I which now sits in a collectors case. Had the 2 piece charger that he could not live without.
Way down south in Arequipa, Peru till June.
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Re: Ruger Mark II

Postby Archer » 29 May 2018 02

I'm a big fan of the MKII.
I have three of them, two are great and the standard is ok if a bit of a pain to reassemble.
Until I got that one I thought I had them figured out and all you fellows out there who had problems getting them apart and back together were just mechanically ill inclined.
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