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Old January 10, 2013, 07:58 PM   #5
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Hard to improve on perfection

For me the MK II was the high water mark of the Ruger MK series.
I have owned all three generations and can see why you would feel this way. As for me, I just see trade-offs and all have good and not so good features. ..

Keep in mind Im not looking for fancy or expensive, just a straight shooting reliable ruger.
Then the MK-I Standard should suit you just fine; that is if you can find one. Within each generation, there are variables. I like Goverment model that is no longer made. Just look for the best deal in the entire family.
My least favorite, are the 22/45's ....

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