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Old 10-23-2016, 09:00 PM
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How many of you visitors here would like to see a step by step assembly sequence involving the early Ruger Standards and Mark I series pistols? Would that be something worth doing?
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How many of you visitors here would like to see a step by step assembly sequence involving the early Ruger Standards and Mark I series pistols? Would that be something worth doing?
Me.

I remember the floor of the kitchen in the apartment where I searched for the e-clip from the trigger pin back in '75. I don't bend that good these days.

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i would also , ive not taken mine down for fear of not getting it back together , i think it might ;like a thorough cleaning one day soon ,
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i would also , ive not taken mine down for fear of not getting it back together , i think it might ;like a thorough cleaning one day soon ,
I read yah! Stay tuned.
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That's the easy one to disassemble/re-assemble. How about the MK III?
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Old 11-09-2016, 07:46 AM
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Sometimes mine goes back together without a hitch. This last time tho, I had to resort to searching for a You Tube video. There aren't any real good ones for the Mark I.

I clean my Mark I Target every time I shoot it, but sometimes its months between range trips with it. Then, its like the first time again. A video here would be great, not just for me, but for many others.
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Old 11-14-2016, 09:14 AM
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That's the easy one to disassemble/re-assemble. How about the MK III?
Ah OK. How do you reinsert the trigger?
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That gets my vote. I'd add it to my 'Gun Stuff' flash drive.
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OK, good to read. I'm very close to getting a compilation of what's involved with re-installing every part involved with the grip frame on the early Ruger Standard and Mark I pistols. Then we'll see if the "Moderator Man" will get it posted for posterity.
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I'm anxious to see what you have for us to see. I have a newly acquired RST4 that I am wanting to work on. It needs a good cleaning and some VQ parts.
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OK, good to read. I'm very close to getting a compilation of what's involved with re-installing every part involved with the grip frame on the early Ruger Standard and Mark I pistols. Then we'll see if the "Moderator Man" will get it posted for posterity.
Hope I didn't miss it.....did this ever get posted ?
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