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Ah, thanks. I didn't realize the overtravel screw was there; I assumed it would have been in the face of the trigger.
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The Mark II Target versions do indeed have an over-travel screw. It's a pain to adjust, but once you have it adjusted, you're done and it won't change.
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Ah, thanks. I didn't realize the overtravel screw was there; I assumed it would have been in the face of the trigger.
Putting the adjustment screws out-of-sight may have been to assure that not everyone with a set of allen wrenches was playing around with stuff.
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"Security by obscurity" they call it some places...

I was looking for the Ruger pistol disassembly mentioned by SGW and I don't see it. any idea where it is?
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Sorry I'm late to the party. For your info, it's great, by the way - look under the heading " tips, trick and other stuff... Go to Mark II and it says Mk II grip frame assembly. Super pics and descriptions. Good luck. It helped me a lot. Mike
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Old 04-20-2017, 09:15 PM
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Thanks.

So, with another post showing removal of the bolt I now have the complete story. I appreciate it.
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