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The Ruger Mark IV 22/45 is a semi-automatic 22LR handgun that features the favored push-button takedown for quick and easy field-stripping, maintenance, and cleaning. This pistol has a 10+1 capacity and a receiver made from alloy steel and a polymer-framed 1911-style grip with stippling for a positive hold and no-slip grip, along with an ergonomic bolt stop. The internal cylindrical bolt construction offers better sight to barrel alignment and the potential for greater accuracy than conventional slide designs. The length of the bull barrel on the Mark IV 22/45 is 5.50 inches, with an overall length of 9.75 inches and weight of 34.4 oz.

• One-button takedown
• Ambidextrous safety
• Adjustable sights
• Magazine disconnect prevents discharge when magazine is removed
• Drilled and tapped for accessory rail

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