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  1. #31
    Donít troll me bro!

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    Ruger Mk History-Going Backwards!

    Quote Originally Posted by AK shooter View Post
    I prefer to just buy the mags and I do appreciate you looking out but those floor plates haven’t been in stock on Ruger’s website in a while.
    Last edited by Magdump; December 22nd, 2019 at 08:19 AM.
    Doesnít play well with TROLLS...

  2. #32
    Sooooo Cheesy!

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    Happy Holidays!
    Last edited by Cheesy Lasagna; December 26th, 2019 at 08:36 AM.
    PSA: run up on me while I'm getting my Beef and Cheddar on and point a gun or gun like object in my face, be prepared to catch some hot ones. -Vanilla Gorilla

    Okay, why the hell is there a cock picture in my thread? -JWG223

  3. #33
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    Exclamation Ruger Mk History-Now, Digging Pretty Deep!

    From the latest & greatest (MkIV Hunter), now close to the beginning (SN-3560 out of 4 million)...added a Ruger 1950 Red Eagle RST-4 Standard (see Post #1, last pic)!!

    This Standard is in Great shape...believe it would rate as a NRA "Excellent" status, with 99% perfect bluing and a basically "new" look (inside and out), including an original Red Eagle grip emblem. Rifling is superb and overall, appears to have been fired very little over the past 70 years. Bummer though...No box, No Manual and No Sales Invoice. As is, supposedly it is a collectable, but if I had all of the original accessories and paperwork that went with it's manufacturing date, it could easily be worth 10X more value!!

    Ted
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  4. #34
    Marksman

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    I really enjoy my MkIV 22/45 Tactical, it eats bulk ammo suppressed all day long

    Rock out with your Glock out.

  5. #35
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    Quote Originally Posted by topgunz1 View Post
    I really enjoy my MkIV 22/45 Tactical, it eats bulk ammo suppressed all day long
    TG1,

    I don't have the Tactical, but do really enjoy the 22/45 Lite. Points well, shoots accurately and handles CCI MM HV Great!!

    Ted
    "FREEDOM Is Not FREE"!

  6. #36
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    Cool KMK-678...Like New!

    From the 1950 Red Eagle Type II Collectors Ruger Pistol (most rare), heading back in the newer model Mk Series direction! Had been looking for a MkII Stainless Heavy Taper in 5 1/4", but those rarely come up any more. This 6 7/8" "one-owner" became available w/case, an extra mag and all paperwork at a great price...rest is history!

    Seller claimed he purchased this new around 2000 and shot it very little. After taking it down for a good check and cleaning, seems he had never cleaned it either! After a few hours of detailed cleaning, couldn't find any wear or signs of use...interior and action components all look Great...bore is perfect! Exterior is very clean and new-like...no scratches, marks or blemishes. Trigger broke at 3#+ before cleaning, now breaks cleanly at 2.3#! I set the target trigger for minimal post travel and believe I'll live with it As Is...should be a very accurate shooter!!

    Ted
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  7. #37
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    Thumbs up Ruger KP-514 - Yea, another "Like-New"!

    Finally got my desired 5 1/4" Target Heavy Taper in a Ruger 22/45 KP-514! The Zytel lower is very solid, with the original owner sending it off to get the front\back grip areas stippled for a non-slip hold. Spent 3-4 hrs of careful detailed action cleaning. It's a 1994 and the interior showed every bit of grim, dirt and rimfire fouling grit for every one of those "26" years of use! Exterior is perfect and overall, it cleaned up Very Nicely. Once cleaned and lubed, the Ruger Target trigger has zero-creep, breaks at a very crisp 2.5# and has minimal PT and OT...Very Nice! After cleaning the bore, the rifling Suddenly Appeared...imagine that!! Overall, feel 3 Franklins were worth this purchase!!

    Even with the VQ drop-in parts I have in stock, believe will leave well-enough alone! When our range opens back up, I'll check it's accuracy and possibly have it for a field side carry!!

    Ted
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