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Old 05-11-2020, 02:05 PM
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Any one in the Pittsburgh Pa. area that can install a Volquarsten trigger in my My Ruger Mark IV 22/45 pistol? Thanks
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Old 05-11-2020, 02:44 PM
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Any one in the Pittsburgh Pa. area that can install a Volquarsten trigger in my My Ruger Mark IV 22/45 pistol? Thanks
SMS,

If you need a full accurizing VQ Kit to be Installed in your MkIV 22/45 lower (click the red links), might I suggest getting Volquartsen to perform the task!

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Old 05-11-2020, 03:19 PM
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Not going to buy the trigger kit from VQ for $141 + $70 to install plus tax plus shipping. Heck that's allmost half the price of the pistol. Best price i found for the Trigger kit is $119 free shipping and no tax. I just need someone to install it.
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Not going to buy the trigger kit from VQ for $141 + $70 to install plus tax plus shipping. Heck that's allmost half the price of the pistol. Best price i found for the Trigger kit is $119 free shipping and no tax. I just need someone to install it.
OK...I'd might suggest doing it yourself (really pretty easy), but doesn't appear that's an option...Suggestions Retracted!

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Old 05-11-2020, 05:38 PM
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OK...I'd might suggest doing it yourself (really pretty easy), but doesn't appear that's an option...Suggestions Retracted!

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yes it's easy, just watch teh video a few times, then do it yourself. If you were near me, I would do it for you!
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Really not that difficult to do yourself if you watch youtube videos and have patience. Then have the satisfaction of doing it yourself when completed. However, if that isn't doable for you it's going to be more expensive.
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It's not difficult. Watch the video VQ has on their website a couple times, and have the directions handy.

A couple tips:

1) Use a squeeze clamp to hold the lower receiver in place while you work on it so you can use both hands and not have the receiver moving around.

2) Make sure you get the hammer strut put in on the the hammer spring when you drop it in place...or you'll have to pull the pin back out and reposition it, kind of a pain, and I made that mistake on both of my MK4 pistols.
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Great idea using the clamp to hold the frame upright.
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Great idea using the clamp to hold the frame upright.
Thanks...that's not just a hat rack on top of my neck.
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Thanks...that's not just a hat rack on top of my neck.
well......ok, maybe it's not but squeeze clamp great idea. I ended up buying one of these.....
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well......ok, maybe it's not but squeeze clamp great idea. I ended up buying one of these.....
Those stands are pretty slick. I was going to get one, but already had a bunch of wood clamps.
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