Ruger Standard, Mark I, Mark II and Mark III, etc.
Note: Be sure you select the right vintage of Mark I grips! The hole spacing and magazine clearance cut
is different for the Pre-71 and Post-71 production, with some cross-over and transitions that don't quite
fit either vintage. If there is the slightest doubt about whether the spacing given for the listed grip is
the same as your gun, PLEASE make a pencil tracing around your grips and mark the screw holes on it, and mail
that to me! (A faxed image or photo usually doesn't give me a true size). Check the box that says you
are sending a tracing, so I can wait for it before making your grips. If you order without sending a tracing,
that is fine but you need to be responsible for ordering the right kind for your gun and check the hole
spacing listed against your gun. Both left and right grips use different spacing on ALL Ruger autos.
The hole spacing is a very good way to tell what model
of Ruger 22 Auto you have. Here's a table that may help:
R Grip Hole Spacing
L Grip Hole Spacing
R Top Hole Ctr from top
L Bottom Hole from Base
Pre '71 Mk I
Post '71 Mk I
Neither the Mark I or Standard models had any notches at
the top for the bolt release or safety, but the Mark II has two
notches at the top of the left-hand grip to clear these
operating controls. The early Pre-71 models also had the
bottom left-hand grip mounting hole only .37-.40 inches
from the base of the grip, and the notch for the magazine
follower at the bottom inside of the grip was on the
right-hand grip. Both the later Mark I and the Mark II and
Mark III have a clearance groove or notch on the lower
inside surface of the left-hand grip.
Stock items (medallions, screws, specials) usually ship within 10 days.
I can't promise a specific ship date, as it will vary with circumstances. If you can't wait, please don't order! I'm working as fast as possible.
Be SURE to read the TERMS of SALE page, so you KNOW what you are getting.
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