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Glock 17L
03-23-2010, 15:47
Thought I'd share a pic of my Ruger MKII Target
I picked this up On January 1st 2010, First gun of the Year & Decade for Me..
I have since installed a Volquartzen Trigger KIT that includes the Hammer, Sear, Sear Spring, Trigger, Trigger Spring & an Extended Slide Stop Lever which I didn't use BTW..
Trigger Pull is right @ 2lbs with 100% NEW Factory Mainspring & Recoil Springs..
I've got around 3000 rounds of the Federal 550 Bulk Ready to tear the range up
Done a few MODs to my 10/22 that also need to be wringed out..
Gary aka Headknocker BerettaPistols Beretta92 SIG P229

1986 Ruger MKII Stainless Target
As I Aquired It At The Gunshow 1-1-2010
http://img709.imageshack.us/img709/8696/rugermkiitarget21242944.jpg
After Volquartzen Trigger KIT & Hogue Grips
http://img64.imageshack.us/img64/1563/rugermkiikmk678t.jpg
Rugers MKII & 10/22
http://img19.imageshack.us/img19/1296/ruger22rimfires.jpg

deadite
03-23-2010, 18:53
Great looking Mark II !! I love the stainless look. Also, nice wood grips!

Here's a pic of my blue Mark II Target from 1984:
http://i429.photobucket.com/albums/qq15/deadite_photos/guns%20with%20new%20camera/DSCN0435.jpg

If you want to get rid of that unused extended bolt release, PM me, I'm your man. :)

deadite

faawrenchbndr
03-23-2010, 19:08
Nice find,.......all the Mark II models I have found are completely trashed! :faint:
Still looking,...................:supergrin:

Glock 17L
03-23-2010, 20:57
I took the Eagle Rosewood grips off for two reasons, First I prefer the extra girth the Hogue grips provide because of the finger grooves & Secondly my Son is a Lefty so I went with the ambi Hogues & was also lucky enough to score a set of New/Old Stock Hogues that were made before the MKIIIs were out as it isn't cut for the magazine release..
The extended slide release is stainless & I have it in my goody bag, I also have a new extended black polymer magazine release for a MKII in the stash as well that's going to waist..
deadite give me an email @ Headknocker940@Yahoo.Com
gary

223plinker
04-19-2010, 15:33
Hey Sig,

Do you want to get rid of the Eagle grips?

deadite
04-19-2010, 17:22
Gary is the man. He went out of his way to mail me that extended slide release. :)

Thanks!

deadite

Glock 17L
04-19-2010, 19:35
I traded the Eagle Grips for a S&W Zippo, set of handcuffs & a 30 year old boot knife..
I've already sold the knife for $55 so I didn't do too bad..
Thanks for the kind words deadite..
I'm glad you were in the want for the extended slide release, It should be the cats pajamas with your Target grips.. Post a pic..
Gary

Glocks&Ducs
04-19-2010, 19:38
I have a '71 standard, before they were called MKs, and a '77 MK1 if I recall the dates correctly.

deadite
04-19-2010, 19:58
Thanks for the kind words deadite..
I'm glad you were in the want for the extended slide release, It should be the cats pajamas with your Target grips.. Post a pic..
Gary

Yeah, the slide release works perfectly with the Herrett's Nationals. The Nationals wood thickness was a little thicker than the factory release, so I couldn't actuate it, but the extended one is perfect. :) Great pack job, by the way.

deadite

Glock 17L
04-19-2010, 21:29
Glad you could use it deadite..
Nice Ruger you have too..
I like the tapered target barrel as it ballances very nicely..
Gary

RickyD
04-19-2010, 22:26
Those older MkIIs are really nice, I like the blued versions with wood grips but it is hard to find one in good condition.

deadite
04-20-2010, 05:28
Glad you could use it deadite..
Nice Ruger you have too..
I like the tapered target barrel as it ballances very nicely..
Gary

They look like rayguns!:ufo::picard:

Glock 17L
04-20-2010, 22:21
That's one think about a Ruger 22 auto, They get shot alot..
They Last!!