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Ruger_MkIII_Upgrades_023
Majestic Arms 3.2 Speed Strip Kit

Description: In addition to making it easier to strip the gun, this kit also eliminates the magazine disconnect feature (that and the LCI are both "lawyer features" the gun is better off without). Now, instead of having to remove the mainspring housing in the back of the grip to strip the gun, I only have to remove the bolt stop pin with an Allen wrench. It also reduces trigger pre-travel by 65%.
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jamesfromjersey
Shootist

Registered: January 2004
Location: New Jersey
Posts: 9,537
Mon October 1, 2018 16:11 Rating: 10.00 

I heard the newer Ruger 22`s are easier to take apart as compared to the older models....

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pab1
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Registered: January 2004
Location: SW Montana
Posts: 4,461
Mon October 1, 2018 20:47

My brother has a MkIV and they are a snap to break down.

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Sawfish
old hand

Registered: February 2004
Location: Peoples Republik of Kalifornia
Posts: 1,117
Wed October 3, 2018 10:19

The older ones were easy to take apart, just Hell to put back together!

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pab1
Distinguished Expert

Registered: January 2004
Location: SW Montana
Posts: 4,461
Thu October 4, 2018 15:50

Very true Sawfish! If the hammer and strut aren't positioned correctly its maddening. The gun goes back together but won't function. I definitely won't miss that!

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