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Chambered in 22 LR and perfect as a plinkster pistol the one-button takedown design of the Ruger Mark IV Target makes for easy maintenance and field stripping. Constructed from alloyed steel with a one-piece CNC-machined aluminum grip frame this rimfired semi-automatic handgun weighs 35.6 oz. and has an overall length of 9.75 inches barrel length of 5.50 inches and width of 1.20 inches. It features a 101 capacity bull barrel and a contoured ejection port with easily grasped bolt ears aiding in durability and reliability round after round. Safety features of the Mark IV Target include an ambidextrous manual safety as well as a magazine disconnect that prevents firing while the magazine is removed.
Caliber 22 LR - Capacity 10 - Material Alloy Steel - Front Sight Fixed - Barrel Length 5.50 - Grip Frame Aluminum - Grips Checkered Synthetic - Finish Blued - Width 1.20 - Rear Sight Adjustable - Barrel Style Bull - Weight 35.6 oz. - Overall Length 9.75 - Height 5.50 - Grooves 6 - Twist 116 RH - Simple one-button takedown for quick and easy field-stripping and proper chamber to muzzle cleaning. A recessed button in the back of the frame allows the upper receiver to tilt up and off of the grip frame without the use of tools. - One-piece precision CNC-machined grip frame. - Ergonomic bolt stop. - Smoothly contoured comfortable grip features natural pointing grip angle with replaceable checkered grip panels for a non-slip hold. - Internal cylindrical bolt construction ensures permanent sight to barrel alignment and higher accuracy potential than conventional moving slide designs. - Contoured ejection port and easy-to-grasp bolt ears allow for durable and reliable operation round after round. - Accurate sighting system features adjustable rear sight and drilled and tapped receiver for Weaver- or Picatinny-style rail for easy mounting of optics (rail not included). - Ambidextrous manual safety positively locks the sear in the SAFE position when applied. Safety can be converted to left-side only with included washer. - Features a conveniently located push-button magazine release on the left side of the frame. - Magazine drops free on release for faster reloading. - Magazine disconnect prevents discharge when the magazine has been removed. - Also includes two 10-round magazines.
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