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A Ruger Mark IV came home with me today

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Have an Energetic Armament Nyx Mod2 suppressor sitting in jail and saw this Mark IV sitting all by it's lonesome in the gun shop. Thought it might make a good host for the suppressor. I am going to delete the bottom rail as I have no use for that.

I really need to stay out of that shop. Same place I brought the Colt GAU-5/A/A home from last week.

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Have an Energetic Armament Nyx Mod2 suppressor sitting in jail and saw this Mark IV sitting all by it's lonesome in the gun shop. Thought it might make a good host for the suppressor. I am going to delete the bottom rail as I have no use for that.

I really need to stay out of that shop. Same place I brought the Colt GAU-5/A/A home from last week.

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Nice, if yours is like mine, it may be ammo picky. Mine runs 100% on CCI, but not on some bulk ammo.
 

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MK II’s are the devil if you are not mechanically inclined and the stars and planets are in proper alignment. :ROFLMAO: The amazing accuracy of the MK II aside, the MK IV is far more user friendly, especially with a VQ trigger.
 
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Congrats on the Mk IV.

I've owned Mk Is, IIs, & IIIs and loved them all.
Never found the takedown procedure all that much of a problem and am unlikely to trade in for Ruger's Mk IV solution to what for me is a non-issue.

But, enjoy your new pistol.
 
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