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Maintenance and field-stripping on the Ruger Mark IV Standard is quick and easy thanks to the one-button takedown design that allows the upper receiver to be removed without the use of any tools. Chambered in 22 LR, the aluminum grip frame of this rimfired semi-automatic handgun is CNC-machined from a single piece, while the grip is smoothly contoured and features replaceable, stippled panels to ensure a firm, non-slip hold. Other features of the Mark IV Standard include a tapered barrel, ambidextrous manual safety that can easily be converted to left-side only and a magazine disconnect prevents discharge if the magazine has been removed.

• 10+1 capacity
• Replaceable stippled grip panels
• Ergonomic bolt stop
• Receiver drilled and tapped for accessory rail

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