So Im a proud owner of a Ruger Mark 111 22
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    I think I heard of a parts kit you can drop in that makes stripping and rebuilding the gun easier and Tandemcross makes an easy take down tool. The tool is only $13.99
    https://www.tandemkross.com/Gunsmith...4%A2_p_52.html

    Here is the kit.
    The SPEED STRIP® kit consists of a new patented 2-piece bolt stop pin and precision machined hammer. (Our hammer must be used for the kit to function properly.) Once you have installed your SPEED STRIP®kit, all you need to do is to unscrew the new bolt stop pin with your allen key (supplied) and remove it from the top of the pistol. Then you can slide the bolt out for cleaning. It’s that simple!
    NOTE: The Mark III ™ hammer has a notch cut into the right side of the hammer to accommodate the components that comprise the magazine disconnector. (The Mark II™ hammer is smooth on both sides.)
    https://majesticarms.com/product/spe...ark-iii-22-45/
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    Fine .22. You should find it is a good understudy for your 1911's.
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    A royal pain to take apart & reassemble, the trick to reassembly is like Jeepnut said: hold it upside down. The good news is they can go for decades w/out taking them apart, I a have a MKII that has been apart once & fired over 1,000,000 rounds (yep, a million). My MKIV Target is so simple to take apart I bought a MKIV Standard. If Ruger did this a few decades ago the S&W Victory, Browning Buckmark & others wouldn't exist.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Injunbro View Post
    A royal pain to take apart & reassemble, the trick to reassembly is like Jeepnut said: hold it upside down. The good news is they can go for decades w/out taking them apart, I a have a MKII that has been apart once & fired over 1,000,000 rounds (yep, a million). My MKIV Target is so simple to take apart I bought a MKIV Standard. If Ruger did this a few decades ago the S&W Victory, Browning Buckmark & others wouldn't exist.
    I can almost say the same. Instead of the Target, I bought the Mark IV Hunter and then I got a Mark IV Standard. I have the Volquartsen Accurizing Kit in the Hunter and another kit on the way for the Standard but I’m beginning to wonder if I need it. Although the trigger pull is 4# on the money, it has a fantastic break.

    Joe

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    Oh, you mean a Mark III. Never heard of a Mark 111.
    Conrats, the entire Mark series is one of the most iconic - and many feel best - mass produced 22 semi-auto pistols ever.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BC38 View Post
    Oh, you mean a Mark III. Never heard of a Mark 111.
    Conrats, the entire Mark series is one of the most iconic - and many feel best - mass produced 22 semi-auto pistols ever.
    Yes mate, and thanks for the correction, obviously if you got it figured out, everyone else did....

    Thewelshm
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    Sweet looking Ruger. Your going to have lots of fun with that...congrats.
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    All it takes is a paper clip and a rubber mallet to do a complete takedown! What's the issue?
    But, the wife and I do have three Mark IV's and they're definitely easier!
    The re-assembly is the big issue...
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