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Post by Jack H 9/28/2017, 10:19 am

I was cleaning out and quitting Photobucket.
Came across a couple old Ruger MkII pix showing it ain't no slouch

Here the group was armrested at 25yds. The gun was not supported, just arms behind wrist

Below the left bull at 50' was actually SF.  Right target was several strings sustained.  Both a practice session

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Post by javaduke 9/28/2017, 10:26 am

Ruger Mark is a very capable pistol, and with a decent trigger job it can be just as accurate as Pardinis and Hammerlis Smile
My MarkIII Slabside is still one of my favorite pistols, just a bit too heavy for me to be used in competition, I get tired after a second slow fire string and start dropping shots to the 7 ring at 6 o'clock.

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