The drop-in kit features the target hammer, hammer bushing, target sear and target trigger with plunger and spring. It also features pre-travel and over travel adjustments, while eliminating the magazine disconnect.
The company said Ruger’s MV IV announcement generated a lot of buzz with buyers.
“Ever since Ruger released the new MK IV Target Pistol, we have been overwhelmed with requests for a trigger kit for it,” Nic Volquartsen said in a statement. “We are excited to announce the accurizing kit for the MK IV is now available.”
Ruger announced the revamped Mark IV line in late September 2016. The 10-round capacity, pistol featured upgrades like ambidextrous thumb safety, drop-free mag release and easy take-down for cleaning.
Volquartsen’s trigger kit for the Rugged MK IV is currently available online and retails for $105.