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The Volquartsen Custom stainless trigger for Ruger Mark II/III (and RST/Mark I) is on clearance for $23. Don't know how many there are available, but it's 4 less than there were 15 minutes ago.
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This is a fantastic buy! It's the one that I have in my MKII 5.5 in bbl stainless steel Target pistol. Many shooters prefer using the black aluminum trigger in their stainless steel Rugers for appearance sake, but I prefer the stainless steel trigger for it's durability. Also, mine fits with absolutely no side to side play which I really like.
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The Volquartsen Custom stainless trigger for Ruger Mark II/III (and RST/Mark I) is on clearance for $23. Don't know how many there are available, but it's 4 less than there were 15 minutes ago.
I have a MK I target, but wonder if a new trigger is really necessary. It seems to work just fine so what is the advantage of a new trigger?
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I have a MK I target, but wonder if a new trigger is really necessary. It seems to work just fine so what is the advantage of a new trigger?
It allows you to adjust the trigger to reduce pre-travel and over-travel. The profile of the trigger allows you to position your trigger finger a little lower on the trigger which will give the effect of lowering the trigger pull. However, I not certain that it will fit the MKI pistol?

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It allows you to adjust the trigger to reduce pre-travel and over-travel. The profile of the trigger allows you to position your trigger finger a little lower on the trigger which will give the effect of lowering the trigger pull. However, I not certain that it will fit the MKI pistol?
I see no reason why not. Since the Mark I went out of production over 35 years ago, some vendors don't advertise for them.
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....However, I not certain that it will fit the MKI pistol?
It does fit. I installed one last month on my '69 Standard. That with the VQ Sear and Bushing. I was hoping the bushing would reduce some creep, but found the original bushing was better.
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It allows you to adjust the trigger to reduce pre-travel and over-travel. The profile of the trigger allows you to position your trigger finger a little lower on the trigger which will give the effect of lowering the trigger pull. However, I not certain that it will fit the MKI pistol?
It does fit. I installed one last month on my '69 Standard. That with the VQ Sear and Bushing. I was hoping the bushing would reduce some creep, but found the original bushing was better.
The best bushing for a Mark I/RST or Mark II seems to be from Clark Custom Guns, which seems to be out of stock at the moment, unfortunately.

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The Volquartsen Custom stainless trigger for Ruger Mark II/III (and RST/Mark I) is on clearance for $23. Don't know how many there are available, but it's 4 less than there were 15 minutes ago.
Thanks for the info, just ordered 2ea
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