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Old 05-12-2020, 11:38 AM
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New complete MKIV bolts for $30....works on MKII and MKIII



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Looks like Volquartsen selling take off bolts on Ebay. They say these work in MMKII and MKIII pistols as eell.
They have closeout $19 triggers too.....cheaper on Ebay, than their own website clearance.
They also selling takeoff adjustable rear sights for $12.
https://www.ebay.com/itm/Complete-Ru...OSw5nJeFj~Y://

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Old 06-19-2020, 10:39 AM
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bolts now up to $40. still a good deal.
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thanks for the heads up on this

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back down to $35
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What is the advantage of the MK IV bolts over the MK III's?
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These bolts won't work in a MKIII unless you remove the LCI first.

Also, the bolt stop contact surface is tapered like the MKIII bolt. MKII bolts have a squared surface. Getting a MKIII bolt stop is advisable if you plan to run this bolt in a MKII.

I picked one of these up when $35 got you the bolt AND a plastic Ruger hard case. My MKIII bolt works fine, but I really don't like the gash cut in the side for the LCI. I'm also planning to try a different method to reduce the headspace. It's FUN to try new things!
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Old 08-06-2020, 04:49 PM
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I have a MKIII 22/45. I don't mind the LCI as I age I have developed a bad case of CRS. About 8 years ago I installed the TK hammer bushing kit. Definitely made it more user friendly for reassembly.
I was wondering what if any advantage there would be to buy a MKIV hammer. In my case I'm satisfied with what I have.

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