MK II new to me

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Picked up this Mark II this week from a customer for a decent price. 5 1/2 bull barrel, 1st year build 1982. Always liked the fat barrel
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kcsteve

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Now you need a brick of Mini Mags and a gizmo called a Clip Loader. Have fun!
 
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Oh,
I HAVE .22 ammo of all kinds (somewhere around 12K or so) and several loader helpers. I bought my first Ruger .22 Auto in 1975 and have 3 others in the stable now, one I built with an A54 frame (I got it with a whole box of Rugers parts from SA's and DA's to rifles to 22 autos, and more at an auction. I think I paid about $50 for the whole box and made probably $200 + from selling off the parts I didn't want to keep.
 

powder smoke

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Got an exact duplicate you will love it, Enjoy! BTW there is no such thing of having too many mags.
If I plan on shooting mine I'll load up 10 or 15 the night before! ps
 

Highstandardguy

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Looks really nice! Best all around Mark configuration. Wish my MK512 looked that good: it's a rescue project.
 

CoalCrackerAl

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I missed out on a MK2 target. My LGS had one i saw on his site. I saw it in the eve. It was gone the next morning. I have a 22/45 and MK3 and 4. Congrats on the find Ron.
 

seasterl

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I have the same in stainless (my very first handgun). I waited too long before I put a set of the wooden target grips on it. Made me fall in love with it all over again.
 

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