Summary: The description, specs, pricing, photos and user ratings of the Ruger Mark IV Target pistol.
The Ruger Mark IV Target is a semiauto handgun built on either an aluminum frame or a stainless steel frame with either an alloy steel upper receiver or a stainless steel upper receiver, and chambered in .22 LR. Other features include:
- A recessed button in the frame’s rear allows the upper receiver to tilt up and off of the grip frame without the use of tools;
- a one-piece, precision CNC-machined grip frame;
- a bull barrel;
- an ergonomic bolt stop;
- a smoothly contoured grip with replaceable checkered grip panels for a non-slip hold;
- an internal cylindrical bolt to ensure permanent sight-to-barrel alignment;
- a contoured ejection port and easy-to-grasp bolt ears;
- an adjustable rear sight;
- a fixed front sight;
- a drilled and tapped receiver for a Weaver- or picatinny-style optics rail (rail not included);
- an ambidextrous manual safety that positively locks the sear in the “SAFE” position when applied (you can convert the safety to left-side-only with an included washer);
- a left-side push-button magazine release and a drop-free magazine;
- a magazine disconnect safety;
- either a blued finish (on the aluminum model) or a satin stainless finish (on the stainless steel model); and
- two 10-round magazines.
Note: This pistol is not California- or Massachusetts-approved.
On camera: Check out Hickok45’s video review of this gun’s sibling, the Mark IV Hunter.
|Steel||.22 LR||10+1||5.5″||9.75″||5.5″||1.2″||42.8 oz.|
|Aluminum||.22 LR||10+1||5.5″||9.75″||5.5″||1.2″||35.6 oz.|
MSRP: $529 (blued)
MSRP: $689 (stainless)
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