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I have the pistol bug and start a local Bullseye league in Oct.


I'm in the market for a Ruger Mark III (or II) Target. I'm shopping new from various sources, and also want to check out the used market.


Posting on a Bullseye or Ruger forum would probably be prudent, but I feel more comfortable dealing with my TS.com brothers and sisters.


Any Mark guns out there for sale, or sitting in a safe with nothing to do?


Thanks,


Guy Babin
 

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Don't have one to sell but would recommend you try to get either a "pre Mark" or a Mark II as the triggers are better and disassembly/assembly is much easier than the Mark III.
 

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Got a MarkII 5 1/2" bull brl,but shes not for sale..........she just shoots too darn good to let go(probably shot 50 or so squirrels with it,not to mention the countless groundhogs,and copper snakes) .................Sorry Guy,I guess I shouldn't have even brought it up.

Wish Osker,and I could have spent more time with y'all on Sunday,but Momma had plans, so we had to run.
Hope to see you,and Miss Aline soon..........till then God Bless,and Smoke em all.

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I have a Ruger Government Target with a Clark Trigger and an Optima Red dot sight currently installed. Purchased this gun in the 80s and came from the factory with a paper target showing a half inch group at 25 yds. PM me if interested. JM
 

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Can highly recommend the Clark trigger on a Mark II. Have one on a Mark II bull barrel that was installed by Hamilton Bowen. Great shooting gun.

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I had a competed with a Ruger MarkII in conventional bullseye matches. I tricked it out a little, and it was a great firearm, you'll really like it. I picked up a Browning Buckmark last year. That is a pretty impressive little pistol also. It holds accuracy just like the Ruger.
 

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"I will sell you any Ruger for 12% over cost plus actual shipping to your FFL"

What a deal! And just think any Tom, Dick, or Harry can walk into my local gunshop and buy for 10% over cost whether he has it in stock or has to order it.

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The S&W 41, HS and others are superior. That's not what I want now however.


I've done my homework...



What I want is a Mark gun... one that someone no longer uses because they bought a "better" pistol.


Thank you.



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Thanks for the contacts received so far which have been responded to via sepcor.


Still shoping for another week or so.



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I just won a GB auction for an "excellent" MKII Government Target Model ($365.00). I hope this works out to be a good deal--the price seems good, I just hope the pistol's condition and accuracy are up to snuff.



Thanks to all who offered advice and provided guns for sale.



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I installed a Clark trigger (stainless) & removed a few laps from the mainspring (hammer spring) on my Ruger Mark II, Model KMK-512 (stainless - bull barrel), which lightened the trigger pull. Great little shooter for the money. If you buy one, I would highly recommend the Clark trigger; great product. BT-100dc
 
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