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Old 06-06-2017, 09:32 PM
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this is what I do with mine:

just a piece of sticky felt paper.

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Instead of using a shim like the felt paper for this rear wiggle, I filed down the two shoulder tabs at the base of the bolt stop. On my Hunter the two tabs were a little high and prevented the receiver from sitting solid on the frame. I just pushed the pin out just enough to remove the bolt stop and then filed down the shoulders. I re-blacked the bolt stop before I re-assembled the bolt stop.






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Old 06-18-2017, 05:44 PM
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A video I ran across earlier today on this topic that some might find of interest............

http://youtu.be/92wCmjkuc5U?t=36m49s


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A video I ran across earlier today on this topic that some might find of interest............

http://youtu.be/92wCmjkuc5U?t=36m49s


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Excellent reference video! Now, that modification took some real thought input. Only thing I'd like to know is..........if the fit is one size fits all. I tried swapping some Mark IV uppers back and forth with different lowers and the locking wedge did not allow that in a few instances where the wedge was either too far forward or too far backward. If it works for all Mark IV pistols, it's a really great deal. Be interesting to see how it affects accuracy, or doesn't.

NOTE: I have one on the way. Will be interesting to try in all the Ruger Mark IV pistols that drop in to my shop. Should get some info from that.
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Holy smokes! I ordered this on the 20th and it arrived today, 6/23:



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