Discussion in 'Rimfire Forum' started by MattNH, Dec 28, 2017.
Ruger New Model Single-Six
MK IV Turnbull color case hardened
MK IV Competition WB Ruger Commemorative, with CRKT knife
MK III with Tactical Solutions upper
Love my SR22
My MkI was my first handgun. Gave it to my eldest son 3-1/2 years ago for his 12th birthday. Gave him some one-of-a-kind Mk I bamboo grips for Christmas.
Ruger Mark II pistols and Single Six revolvers - FUN!!!!!
I was pricing the MKIV 5.5" blued target model yesterday,hope to have 1 before next squirrel season,I miss the MKII I had that I sold to my youngest son several years ago,great squirrel pistol.
I've looked at the Ruger 22/45 myself...
I like this setup...
Someday I hope to get a Bearcat Shopkeeper and an SR22 long slide, too.
Yes! I too want a Bearcat Shopkeeper. What a sweet little pistola.
Bought this guy......Mark IV 22/45
And a SINGLE NINE............
I very much enjoy my MKII standard. But my faves are the SP101, Bearcat, and the Single Six convertable. The Charger is a fun range toy.
UPS delivered this to my LGS today. I was there waiting for it. It is a Ruger MK IV Standard with a 6" barrel and color case hardening by Turnbull Restorations. It is really nice. I should have the Altamont wood grips by next Friday.
I like. Wonder if I could send in my MKII and have it color case hardened. And get a set of these?
Retired1, sorry to want to copy your acquisition, but you have good taste. Thanks for the links.
Updated with photos after the Altamont grips installed. See post #12 or expand the quote above.
My suppressor showed up for my 22/45 Lite....
Ruger 22/45 Mark 4 Tactical
I love Ruger rimfires. I picked up this 1978 unfired in box a few weeks ago.
A True Classic...@ 40 !!
I doubt I'll ever shoot it.
I also picked up an AMT Lightning on the same day. Probably leave it unfired too.
Let's see it...
I bought a Ruger brand Picatinny rail for my Turnbull MK IV Standard. I did not want to remove the rear sight to install the rail i it's rearward position. I did not like the looks of it overhanging the barrel in the forward position. So, I cut off the portion that overhung the barrel. A little file work and a bit of paint, then onto the pistol.
Here are photos showing the possibilities I now have -
SeeAll Tritium sight with Delta reticle:
Primary Arms improved (50,000 hours battery life on medium setting) 2 MOA red dot:
Bushnell Trophy Scout 2-7x36 scope, CCOP QD steel rings:
Greg, if you are still interested in getting your MK II color case hardened, here are links about and to Tyler Gun Works.
Nice bunch of Ruger Mark pistols posted above. I caught the Ruger Mark pistol bug a long time ago. Since 1970 I've been working on these pistols & drilling and tapping receivers long before Ruger started doing that work. Over the years I've kept extensive notes on everything and anything that could possible cause a Mark pistol to hiccup. I've also accumulated a few:
Some fine lookin' Rugers SGW...!!
Here's a couple of my Ruger Mark II pistols that I use for the "bush-league" competition shooting we do around here:
But, the two most accurate Ruger Mark II pistols I have are these:
Both are hands down, the most accurate .22 pistols that I own when used in my Ransom Rest:
Missed the June 8th post. We used the Ruger Mark I Targets in college for the pistol team. Led me to buy my 22/45 new. that unfired new in box one brings back memories.
I added a Colt Diamondback 4" barrel 22LR - need to take a pic
Looking forward to the Colt pics...
Mid 70's Colt Diamondback 22LR, traded a Winchester Model 70 in .225WIN for it
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