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MK II variations include the Target models, which have heavier barrels and adjustable sights, and the 22/45 models, which have a polymer frame with a grip-angle that matches the Colt 1911 rather than the steel frame's Luger P08-like layout.
The MK II was removed from production in 2004, when it was replaced by the MK III.
(Manufactured from 1968 to 1984)Calibers: 22-250 Rem, 223, 220 Swift, 6mm Rem, 65mm, 243, 257, 25-06 Rem, 250/3000, 264 Win, 270 Win, 280, 284 Win, 7x57, 7mm Rem., 7mm-08 Rem, 30-06 Sprg, 300 Win Mag, 308 Win, 338 Win, 350 Rem, 35 Whelan, 358 Win Mag, 416 Taylor, 458 Win Mag, 458 Rem Mag The above chart shows the approximate first serial number shipped for the indicated year.
A look back to Ruger's situation 4 years ago provides a preview to a powerful near-term catalyst.
There are occasions when blocks of serial numbers have been manufactured out of sequence, sometimes years later.For details on your specific serial number you may contact our Service Department: 336-949-5200 For serial numbers manufactured prior to our electronic records, or for an official letter confirming the details on your firearm please download and mail in the Request for Letter of Authenticity form.*Blued Old Army Serial Numbers rollmarked with Stainless Old Army Revolvers beginning in 1982 The above chart shows the approximate first serial number shipped for the indicated year.A Clinton Presidency, a special dividend and the large short position would likely send this stock rocketing higher.
Flash Back to 2012 In October 2012, there were 3 things relevant to the situation of Sturm, Ruger & Company Inc.The Ruger MK II is a rimfire single-action semi-automatic pistol chambered in .22 Long Rifle and manufactured by Sturm, Ruger & Company.