Custom Ruger MKIII Match .22 Amazing Gun with Matchdot
You are looking at a perfect condition, stainless steel Ruger Mark III bull barrel target pistol in .22 LR caliber... that has been completely reworked inside and out by Burnt Mill Gunsmithing to make the most accurate Ruger possible.
All internal parts have been plated with Ti-Ni ceramic coating for hardness and lubricity, hand fitted and adjusted. Extra heavy, ported muzzle brake added, resulting in almost no muzzle flip. The magazine spring has been replaced with a stiffer one for sure feeding, the trigger replaced with a wide adjustable one that has no creep and releases at around 2# pull. Mighty sweet! Add to that a custom set of one of a kind exotic wood, custom target grips made special for this gun, and you have one mighty sweet looking and performing firearm!
The new $250 Ultradot Matchdot red dot scope (with 4 dot sizes plus brightness control) and mount is included in the price.
This Custom MKII is a real shooter!
• It is a custom piece designed for the Bullseye competitor.
• Finish is 98% with no scratches or dings.
• Barrel, muzzle and chamber are excellent.
• Lightly used "safe queen"
• A 5 1/2" bull barrel with a Volquartsen compensator.
• Custom fitted sear & lighten hammer for a smooth action & faster lock time
• Complete action work for a 2# trigger pull.
• 2 fitted mags.
• We replaced most of the internals with Ti Ni Parts.
• Recut all the angles on the lighten hammer and sear.
• Deburred and stoned all the parts and the frame.
• The trigger is a Volquartsen (the old good one) it comes with an over travel stop.
• I added a new screw the controls the tension on the transfer bar plunger
• And another into the frame to adjust the pre-travel of the trigger. The MKII requires some pre-travel or the sear will not set.
• The Volquartsen compensator was added and trued by using a reamer piloted on the bore.
• The frame to receiver fit was tightened.
• An extended bolt release was added
• The scope mount is a Wiegand.
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