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Ruger Mark III Competition .22 LR, KMKIII678GC

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Solid in the hand and showing good accuracy, narrow grips and a mushy trigger nonetheless detract from this gun's attractiveness. Worse is the confoundedlydifficult disassembly.

Ruger Mark III Competition .22 LR, KMKIII678GC

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Recreational
Competition
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Trigger Pull Single
Trigger Span Single

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The bolt-stop pin on the Ruger takes some pounding. We used a broken-of pencil, but a small wood dowel would work, too. Users may find bracing the gun in a vise grip makes this portion of the disassembly easier, though the overall takedown was too hard. the indicator could be easily missed.
The Mark IIs loaded-chamber indicator shown in the loaded position. We found it stuck out so little, and displayed so little warning orange, that the indicator could be easily missed.

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