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Old 10-27-2019, 07:58 PM
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My first Bullseye gun was a stainless Mark II with the 5.5" bull barrel. I added Volquartsen grips and did my own trigger work, and added a trigger stop. The gun shot 2" or so at 50yds with CCI ammo, and I shot in the 870's with it after adding a dot, so it can serve you well for a long time. The grip angle is different from the 1911, which you will eventually use for a full 2700, so there is that transition, but it is not insurmountable. I eventually went to the SW 41, but that only added 10 pts or so. Adding those last few points can get expensive!

Enjoy your Ruger!

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Old 10-29-2019, 09:56 PM
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I have both a MK I T678 and a Mk II T512. I miss the automatic bolt hold open on the T512, but I shoot the T678 a bit better.



However, I have a pair of High Standard Victors, one with an Ultradot and one without. I score about 15 more points with the iron sighted Victor than I do with the T678.



I think it probably just fits me a bit better.
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