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got2hav1
01-27-2012, 17:41
I rec'd my MKll SS pistol today. It came with the orginal box and was made in 1987. It seems to be very clean and hasn't been shot much at all. I tried to get a picture of the bolt face but could not, so you will have to take my word for how clean it is. Anyway hope you like it, I can't wait to shoot it. :supergrin:

http://i210.photobucket.com/albums/bb222/got2hav1/008-6.jpg

http://i210.photobucket.com/albums/bb222/got2hav1/007-7.jpg

http://i210.photobucket.com/albums/bb222/got2hav1/005-11.jpg

http://i210.photobucket.com/albums/bb222/got2hav1/001-5.jpg

jp3975
01-27-2012, 17:45
Very nice. I got the same one back in the 90s...accept it's blued. No telling how many rounds have been through it and its still going strong.

got2hav1
01-27-2012, 17:51
Very nice. I got the same one back in the 90s...accept it's blued. No telling how many rounds have been through it and its still going strong.

Thanks, I also had a blue example bought in the 80s with 5-1/2" bull barrel. It was a fun gun and I am sure this one will be just as nice. Thanks for looking. :cool:

bruzer
01-27-2012, 18:16
Excellent, I like SS.
Mike

bac1023
01-27-2012, 18:33
Congrats on a great pistol.

nipperwolf
01-27-2012, 18:40
Congrats! Now, change your sig line. :supergrin:

Here's mine;

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v605/nippr/web/DNN_8445w.jpg

Inherited from my brother. Got the original box, manual,etc, and the plain box that the original box came in. ;) It was built in 1988.

Haldor
01-27-2012, 19:06
I have that same pistol with the 6" barrel which is what I think yours is. It is my most favorite pistol to shoot.

http://i256.photobucket.com/albums/hh168/HaldorPhil/Guns/IMG_1070.jpg

Best thing I ever did for it was to install the Volquartsen sear.

http://media.midwayusa.com/productimages/medium/380/380716.jpg

It is the most important part of the Volquartsen accurizing kit. Makes the trigger pull lighter, crisper and with minimal creep. Took a good gun and made it better.

http://www.midwayusa.com/product/380716/volquartsen-target-sear-ruger-mark-ii-mark-iii-22-45-stainless-steel

The Hogue rubber grips are also worthwhile additions. I put a pair on both my Standard and Mark II. Makes the pistol just meld with my hand.

http://i256.photobucket.com/albums/hh168/HaldorPhil/Guns/P1010092.jpg

got2hav1
01-27-2012, 19:54
Haldor, How difficult is it to install that sear? Average mechanical skills here, can I do it. Any links or tips for the install. Yes mine is the six version as well. I am going to leave the stock grips on for awhile. I used to have one with the Ruger walnut checkered thumbrest grips, so I might go back with those if I can find them. Oh and thanks for looking at the pics.

ronin.45
01-27-2012, 19:55
Nice! SS Ruger MKIIs are my favorite .22 pistol.

got2hav1
01-27-2012, 19:58
Congrats! Now, change your sig line. :supergrin:

Here's mine;

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v605/nippr/web/DNN_8445w.jpg

Inherited from my brother. Got the original box, manual,etc, and the plain box that the original box came in. ;) It was built in 1988.

Nice one from 1988. I am falling behind on my sig line. I do need to update. :supergrin:

Rick O'Shay
01-27-2012, 19:58
I've got the long barreled version, and am amazed at the accuracy and precision. Iron sights at 100 yards, and hitting the gong is a hoot!
You will NOT be disappointed.

got2hav1
01-27-2012, 19:59
Excellent, I like SS.
Mike

Thanks Mike!

Congrats on a great pistol.

Thanks for looking!

unit1069
01-27-2012, 20:16
I've got a 1991 edition of the Mark II with 6 7/8" barrel. I don't think the original owner ever field stripped and cleaned it and the extractor was extremely worn.

Once I thoroughly cleaned it a few times and installed a Volquartsen extractor it's been a real dream to shoot. It's so accurate and inexpensive it borders on boring, so I decided this year when the weather gets warm I'm going to start hunting destructive varmint like armadillos and rodents.

got2hav1
01-28-2012, 07:22
I've got a 1991 edition of the Mark II with 6 7/8" barrel. I don't think the original owner ever field stripped and cleaned it and the extractor was extremely worn.

Once I thoroughly cleaned it a few times and installed a Volquartsen extractor it's been a real dream to shoot. It's so accurate and inexpensive it borders on boring, so I decided this year when the weather gets warm I'm going to start hunting destructive varmint like armadillos and rodents.

Go get them varmits!

Faulkner
01-28-2012, 09:23
My wife bought me one as a gift just like that one in 1982 before we got married. 30 years later there is no telling how many squirrells and rabbits it has put in the frying pan, and among the varmits I've taken with it on the farm would include a bunch of skunks, possums, and three coyotes from around the chicken coop.

G26S239
01-28-2012, 10:23
The MKII is a great little gun, congratulations.

Line Rider
01-28-2012, 10:57
Looks brand new. Nice pistol. :supergrin:

roadkill46
01-28-2012, 11:08
on the bottom with the can. Tac solutions upper, AAC Pilot can
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v112/legacyvet-yuma/gunz/ar1.jpg

MNBud
01-28-2012, 11:15
I love my Ruger, it goes to the range with me on a regular schedule.
http://i13.photobucket.com/albums/a270/MNBud/twenty-two.jpg

PzGren
01-28-2012, 13:05
Plenty of them around:cool:. Even I have two.

http://i189.photobucket.com/albums/z159/Andyd173/DSCI0033.jpg

http://i189.photobucket.com/albums/z159/Andyd173/MkIILHWood.jpg

got2hav1
01-28-2012, 14:15
Plenty of them around:cool:. Even I have two.

http://i189.photobucket.com/albums/z159/Andyd173/DSCI0033.jpg

http://i189.photobucket.com/albums/z159/Andyd173/MkIILHWood.jpg


I like them both. :supergrin:

got2hav1
01-28-2012, 14:16
Took my new to me 1987 SS MKll out for some range time today.
What a fun little gun to shoot. Points really well, nice trigger just a joy to shoot this one. I put about 250 rds thru it today. I had two mags and a nice little HK tool to slip over the mag button and holds the follower down. I forgot the model but I think it was 941 or 942. Works like a charm.
The gun ran like a champ and I grouped pretty tight but all the rounds were low left with two different ammo types. Federal bulk target loads and Ely target pistol rounds. All were about the same location. Usually this means I am pulling the gun off target when I am squeezing the trigger..(right hand shooter). I'll practice more with it before doing any adjustments.
Also out of the 250 rds I had two FTFs. Both were near the end of the session and both were with the same magazine. The round nose of the bullet looked like it had hit the feed ramp and the bolt kinda folded the bullet over. I will try to clean the magazine up and see if that helps. Can these magazines be disassembled and cleaned?
Overall it was a good time and I am really pleased with the gun. Really a joy to shoot. http://cdn.rugerforum.net/images/smilies/biggrin.gif

Softail99fb
01-28-2012, 14:33
I sold my stainless MKII and regretted it. I got this to replace it.

failsafe
01-28-2012, 14:42
Mine is model 678..That stands for the bbl length, which is 6 and 7/8 "

Is this your first MK II ???
If so reassembly after a fieldstrip can be a bear if you don't know the "trick"..here is some help..
http://www.1bad69.com/ruger/field_strip.htm

http://i196.photobucket.com/albums/aa96/litenlarry/RugerMkII.jpg

Berto
01-28-2012, 14:52
One of the very best rimfire pistols, ever.

http://img403.imageshack.us/img403/3306/rugersatwinthrop012.jpg

Haldor
01-28-2012, 15:16
Haldor, How difficult is it to install that sear? Average mechanical skills here, can I do it. Any links or tips for the install. Yes mine is the six version as well. I am going to leave the stock grips on for awhile. I used to have one with the Ruger walnut checkered thumbrest grips, so I might go back with those if I can find them. Oh and thanks for looking at the pics.

Took me about 30 minutes of fumbling around to do it. Needed to look at the exploded parts diagram to figure out how everything goes back together. Actual time if you know what you are doing should be about 5 minutes.

got2hav1
01-28-2012, 16:00
Mine is model 678..That stands for the bbl length, which is 6 and 7/8 "

Is this your first MK II ???
If so reassembly after a fieldstrip can be a bear if you don't know the "trick"..here is some help..
http://www.1bad69.com/ruger/field_strip.htm

http://i196.photobucket.com/albums/aa96/litenlarry/RugerMkII.jpg

Not a problem. I have already had it apart twice!

One of the very best rimfire pistols, ever.

http://img403.imageshack.us/img403/3306/rugersatwinthrop012.jpg

I like it!:supergrin:

bac1023
01-28-2012, 16:51
Here's my Mark III. :)


http://i636.photobucket.com/albums/uu81/ollituc/000_2322.jpg

http://i636.photobucket.com/albums/uu81/ollituc/000_2323.jpg

Shadyscott69
01-28-2012, 16:56
I love my MKIII 22/45. It is my Steel Challenge gun.

http://i638.photobucket.com/albums/uu106/shadyscott999/IMAG0480.jpg

got2hav1
01-28-2012, 17:22
Here's my Mark III. :)


http://i636.photobucket.com/albums/uu81/ollituc/000_2322.jpg

http://i636.photobucket.com/albums/uu81/ollituc/000_2323.jpg

Bac, that barrel.. How long is it!:supergrin:

I love my MKIII 22/45. It is my Steel Challenge gun.

http://i638.photobucket.com/albums/uu106/shadyscott999/IMAG0480.jpg

High tech MK!

hogship
01-28-2012, 17:34
I have a couple of "plain Janes".......and, having a blast with em'......!

http://pic50.picturetrail.com/VOL431/781008/1425902/392973042.jpg
http://pic50.picturetrail.com/VOL431/781008/1425902/48491102.jpg

The reason I have two, is because I have two sons........get it?

ooc

failsafe
01-28-2012, 17:50
I have a couple of "plain Janes".......and, having a blast with em'......!

http://pic50.picturetrail.com/VOL431/781008/1425902/392973042.jpg
http://pic50.picturetrail.com/VOL431/781008/1425902/48491102.jpg

The reason I have two, is because I have two sons........get it?

ooc

I thought it was because you had two hands, thus two guns...:whistling:

hogship
01-28-2012, 17:55
I thought it was because you had two hands, thus two guns...:whistling:

Heh,heh,heh......yeah, that would work too! :rofl:

But really, I tell you no lie.....it's because I have two sons, and I wanted each of them to have a MKII when I'm gone.

In my opinion, the MKII is......has been since it's introduction.......and, remains the pinnacle of 22 auto pistols.....to this very day!

:wavey:

ooc

PzGren
01-29-2012, 04:25
I have a couple of "plain Janes".......and, having a blast with em'......!

http://pic50.picturetrail.com/VOL431/781008/1425902/392973042.jpg
http://pic50.picturetrail.com/VOL431/781008/1425902/48491102.jpg

The reason I have two, is because I have two sons........get it?

ooc

I get that very well! I have two MkIIs for my two sons but am still working on the second Korth ...

Lior
01-29-2012, 07:49
I love my MKIII 22/45. It is my Steel Challenge gun.

http://i638.photobucket.com/albums/uu106/shadyscott999/IMAG0480.jpg

Rimfire steel challenge - sounds like a cool sport!

Faulkner
01-29-2012, 14:39
In my opinion, the MKII is......has been since it's introduction.......and, remains the pinnacle of 22 auto pistols.....to this very day!

:wavey:

ooc

I totally agree with Hog on this one. :agree: