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RUGER MARK IV FOR SALE CHEAP SHIPPING GREAT SERVICE LOWEST PRICES

The Ruger Mark IV is the offspring of the original Ruger firearm made in 1949, simply called the Ruger Standard Model .22 Pistol. Since 2016 the Ruger Mark IV .22LR caliber semi-auto pistol has been the standard for an affordable, accurate, and easy-to-use handgun for learning, plinking and small game hunting. See specs, features and reviews below.

RUGER MARK IV

RUGER MARK IV REVIEW VIDEO

RUGER MARK IV OVERVIEW

The Ruger Standard Model, or what we now think of as the Mark I, was introduced in 1949. It was Ruger’s first firearm. They’ve come a long way from the original, and the most recent release is the Ruger Mark IV. This improved version of the original design took into account feedback from users and advanced techniques in manufacturing to make it the best that it can be.

The Ruger Mark IV comes in three models. The Target model is blued with an aluminum frame and 5.5-inch barrel. There is also a stainless Target model with a 5.5-inch barrel. The Hunter model is all stainless and has a fluted 6.88-inch barrel.

While the Hunter is the most expensive and the heaviest option, in many people’s opinion, it’s the most attractive of the three models. It features a satin finish, fluted barrel, and a sight radius of 97/8 inches. It’s rather impressive.

The stainless Target model weighs almost as much, but the aluminum Target model is considerably lighter and less expensive. Both of these have plastic black grips and steel post fixed front sights. The Hunter has laminate wood grips with the Ruger logo and a HiViz front sight containing a fiber optic insert.

  • The Mark IV offers one-button takedown making disassembly and cleaning easy. When we say one-button, we mean one-button. Fieldstripping the Mark IV takes about three seconds. Pushing the button at the rear of the frame just below the bolt tilts the upper receiver and the barrel up off of the gun.
  • All models contain a fully adjustable mounted rear sight, improving accuracy over sights that move independently of the slide.
  • While the Mark IV doesn’t come with rail sections included, it is drilled and tapped so you can insert your own.
  • The Mark IV is a single action pistol with two 10-round magazines with a steel button magazine release. There’s also a spring-powered assist, so ejection of the magazine is quite forceful.
  • The Mark IV has an ambidextrous safety that’s easy to operate, and the right side lever is easy to remove and replace with a spacer in case it gets in the way of your hand or knuckle during firing. “I have medium-sized hands, and when shooting the Ruger, I noticed the right-side safety lever nudging the knuckle of my trigger finger, but not to an annoying degree.” (1)

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RUGER MARK IV TACTICAL FOR SALE

RUGER MARK IV TACTICAL

The Ruger Mark IV Tactical model includes upgrades that make customization and accessory attachment easier for the end user. It has a 4.4-inch threaded barrel for suppressor attachment, Picatinny rails for mounting optics, and adjustable iron sights.

RUGER MARK IV TACTICAL REVIEW

The Picatinny rails run the length of the upper receiver with another segment below the barrel in front of the grip frame. The receiver and barrel are made from alloy steel and the grips are finished in black oxide. The total weight of the Ruger Mark IV Tactical pistol is 34.6 ounces, which is lighter still than any of the standard Mark IV models.

It features the push button takedown system of all Mark IVs, and the ambidextrous thumb safety and a bolt stop, making the tactical version comfortable and ergonomic. Not to mention, the Mark IV is improved in reliability and can take all of your old Mark III accessories.

“Other features of the Mark IV series include several internal changes to the hammer, sear, firing pin and bolt, providing better reliability when feeding rounds from the magazine. The Mark IV guns are also compatible with Mark III accessories, including iron sights, scope bases and holsters.” (2)

RUGER MARK IV 22/45 FOR SALE

The Ruger Mark IV 22/45 is also a handgun with adjustable rear sight and black oxide finished grips, but with lightweight polymer frame. It’s a trimmed down version of the Ruger Mark IV Tactical without the Picatinny rails, although it is drilled and tapped for them.

RUGER MARK IV 22/45

RUGER MARK IV 22/45 REVIEW

The Ruger Mark IV 22/45 has almost everything the Mark IV Tactical has, with the exception of Picatinny rails. While it doesn’t come with them, it’s drilled and tapped, so you can add your own. The ambidextrous thumb safety, one-button takedown, ergonomic bolt stop, and adjustable rear sight remain intact.

“The new Mark IV 22/45 features a bronze-anodized finish and is made with aerospace-grade aluminum that features ventilation holes to lighten the weight of the gun.” (3)

RUGER MARK IV TARGET FOR SALE

RUGER MARK IV TARGET

The Ruger Mark IV Target comes in two models. One is stainless steel and one is aluminum. The stainless steel Target is understandably heavier, and the aluminum one is considerably more affordable.

RUGER MARK IV TARGET REVIEW

The Ruger Mark IV Targets are nearly identical in features, but very different in composition. While the stainless version weighs around forty-five ounces, the aluminum weighs thirty-six. However, both still tout the one-button takedown everyone is raving about, an ambidextrous manual safety, and an ergonomic bolt stop.

RUGER MARK IV - LAST WORD

With various models and customizations available, you’re sure to find a Ruger Mark IV that suits your needs. It’s a popular pistol, and for good reason. It’s backed by the excellent Ruger name and offers value, reliability, and accuracy to your next adventure.

 

 SOURCES:

  1. http://www.handgunsmag.com/reviews/ruger-mark-iv-22/
  2. https://www.shootingillustrated.com/articles/2017/9/10/first-look-ruger-mark-iv-tactical/
  3. https://www.shootingillustrated.com/articles/2016/12/28/ruger-adds-new-models-to-mark-iv-rimfire-pistol-family/