Ruger Mark II Factory (48a)
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Shipping Weight: 0.20 pounds
The Ruger Mark II .22 Semi-auto pistol was made in a wide range
of barrel shapes and lengths, but basically all were the
same frame and can use these grips.
The Mark I and the Standard Auto used different grips after 1971.
These Mark II
grips can fit the Mark III models with a slight amount of
stock removal for the new magazine release, which is on the
side of the grip instead at the bottom of the butt as in
the Mark II and Mark I models. This is easy to do and
fairly self-evident when you look at the gun and grips.
These grips look especially fine with a medallion such as
the Texas star, in natural ivory. For a very different look,
try one of the colors such as a blue or violet on the black
guns, or the brick or yellow on stainless steel.
The dimensions for a Mark II grip are:
- Width 1.4 inches
- Height 4.1 inches
- Distance between screw hole centers 2.6 inches
- Distance from base to bottom hole center 0.8 inches
- Distance from top to top hole center 0.7 inches
Note: there is a shallow relief required in the bottom front, back side, of the left grip panel.
This clears a bulge in the frame for the magazine follower.
The right grip back is flat. Both grips are shipped with
flat backs. The left grip requires some work with a rotary bit
to create clearance for the slide release lever and safety
lever, as well as the shallow relief in the lower portion.
- Width 1.4 inches (1.5 across bottom hole)
- Height 4.15 inches
- Distance between screw hole centers 2.92 inches
- Distance from base to bottom hole center 0.4 inches
- Distance from top to top hole center 0.75 inches