Can't find a Mark IV I like.

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Hankus

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I don't have have a problem with taking them apart or putting them back together after owning many in the last 40 years. I do want one that drops the mag for quick reloads.

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I'm with you. I have a stainless Mark III 22/45 with the standard barrel; I just keep a bent paper clip in the box with it. Same for the Mark III 22/45 Tactical I gave to my stepson last year after all his guns burned along with everything else in a house fire. I recently picked up a Mark IV 22/45 Lite but haven't fired it yet. It feels super-light after the Tactical though.
 

jimd441

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I has been interesting reading the differing thoughts and personal tastes we all have. No doubt, that is why Ruger makes the various models. As for me, as soon as I saw the Target model, I knew that was the one for me. It has performed quire well. I did have the Volquartsen trigger modification made, which I found to be quite worthwhile

Jim
 

moparclan

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I don't know if "like" is the right word, but I couldn't pass this one up. I wish I had bought a blued one as well since they were selling for $479 at the time.

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I still kick myself for not buying the MKII blue 10" model at the same time I bought my 10" stainless MKII. To me the older models are not that hard to take apart and clean, maybe having so many makes it easier to disassemble and reassemble.
 
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