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I paid $130 more than you did and was happy to do it! That's a heck of a deal!
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I installed one of the Weigand mounts on my GM for a Vortex red dot. I did so to eliminate
the drill & tap routine. Weigand unit mounts in the dovetail for the rear sight. No d & t and it's very stable. It's a little large, but I'm happy. Been using it for a couple years now, every week.
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Old 04-08-2021, 05:56 PM
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I paid $130 more than you did and was happy to do it! That's a heck of a deal!
I was expecting the price to be $100-$200 more, and was honestly surprised when I read the pricetag and even moreso after looking it over

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I installed one of the Weigand mounts on my GM for a Vortex red dot. I did so to eliminate
the drill & tap routine. Weigand unit mounts in the dovetail for the rear sight. No d & t and it's very stable. It's a little large, but I'm happy. Been using it for a couple years now, every week.
Thanks for your positive commentary about the Weigand rail I think it needs to have a decent cross section to give it the proper rigidity considering it's only physically attached to the receiver at one end of it. I'm leaning more and more towards getting one and investigating suitable pistol scopes.
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I used the Weigand mount on a 5.5" MKII for several years and it was completely stable. I will add that I did one additional thing with the mount ! Lock Tite makes a product called "sticks all " I put that under the remainder of the rail and it held very tight. Extra Sticks all can easily be removed with a cloth dampened with lacquer thinner. If you decide to remove the rail at a future date the residual SA can be removed from the receiver with the same lacquer thinner. To remove the rail , after glued on with SA, you will need to give the edge of the rail , after unbolting from base in dove tail, a sharp tap with a plastic mallet to break the glue seal.
Good products , been there done that !!
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Very nice find and good price to boot, you can't beat that with a big stick. I bet ya it's a real good shooter too!
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Great deal

Thatís a fine looking MK. I have a 6 in Bull barrel and love it. Can you tell me how I may go about getting the manufacturing date on my pistol. I would appreciate it thanks.
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Iím just glad you didnít dislocate your elbow or shoulder getting your wallet unlimbered. I know I would have!!
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Old 04-10-2021, 08:31 AM
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Very nice find and good price to boot, you can't beat that with a big stick. I bet ya it's a real good shooter too!
Thanks, I did well I've yet to shoot it yet but will post my experiences!

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Thatís a fine looking MK. I have a 6 in Bull barrel and love it. Can you tell me how I may go about getting the manufacturing date on my pistol. I would appreciate it thanks.
Below is a chart direct from Ruger for Mark II years of production that you should find helpful:


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Old 04-10-2021, 08:32 AM
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I used the Weigand mount on a 5.5" MKII for several years and it was completely stable. I will add that I did one additional thing with the mount ! Lock Tite makes a product called "sticks all " I put that under the remainder of the rail and it held very tight. Extra Sticks all can easily be removed with a cloth dampened with lacquer thinner. If you decide to remove the rail at a future date the residual SA can be removed from the receiver with the same lacquer thinner. To remove the rail , after glued on with SA, you will need to give the edge of the rail , after unbolting from base in dove tail, a sharp tap with a plastic mallet to break the glue seal.
Good products , been there done that !!
Thank you for sharing your above words of wisdom!
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