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Ruger Mark III series pistolsall models disassembly & reassembly
While looking over the http://www.gun-guides.com site I came across this one for my Ruger mark III 22/45 lite. Anybody that has had a Ruger and taken it apart with that sorry main spring set up knows what a PIA it is getting it back together and working.They can be very still and tight when new.nI have heard it said by more than one person that they will never remove the main spring again! And boy do I understand what they are talking about.
Rugers info is there but the video does shed light down into the innards to clearly see.
This guide like all the others I have has clear sharp bright B&W photo's. labeled so it is easier to figure what is supposed to be where. It also had a aftermarket part that makes it easier to take the barrel off with out removing the main spring. I will be checking that out. it is the speed strip from http://www.majesticarms.com http://www.gun-guides.com has a combo deal on the book and a super video by ontqarget video's on the complete disassemble & reassemble of the Mark III 22/45 It is done with plenty of light and sharp video of all steps with clear instructions. well worth the money there is a bonus section on the speed strip by majestic arms at the end.
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