Ruger 22/45 / 22/45 Mark III
Ruger 22/45 MKIII
Exploded view of the Ruger 22/45
Exploded view of the Ruger 22/45 MKIII
|In 1992, Sturm, Ruger introduced the original Ruger 22/45 pistol, which featured a fiberglass-reinforced polymer grip frame that virtually replicated the look and feel of the popular 1911 Model .45 ACP pistol. Its familiar grip shape and angle, pushbutton magazine latch and the location of its manual safety and external bolt release made this new pistol the perfect understudy to the classic 1911 pistol. The 22/45 quickly became the first choice among shooters who wanted extensive target practice without the expense of centerfire ammunition.
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In 2004, Sturm, Ruger proudly introduced the next generation 22/45 pistol – the new Ruger 22/45 Mark III. The 22/45 Mark III features a completely restyled polymer grip frame with a serrated front strap and checkered grip areas and back strap for a great appearance and a comfortable, non-slip hold. The new 22/45 Mark III also incorporates the very first visible loaded chamber indicator for a .22 rimfire pistol. Tapered bolt ears, a contoured ejection port, and an unobtrusive internal lock add to the many new features of the Ruger 22/45 Mark III, making it the most advanced product of its kind.
Ruger 22/45 Mark III pistols are available in your choice of blued alloy steel or stainless steel, fixed or adjustable sights, and 4", 4 1/2" or 5 1/2" barrel lengths. All 22/45 Mark III pistols include two magazines, a gun lock and a high-impact case. Adjustable sight 22/45 Mark III models also come with a Weaver-style scope base adapter to mount your favorite optics.
Sturm, Ruger & Co., Inc. Lacey Place, Southport, CT 06890, Telephone: 203-259-7843, Fax: 203-256-3367
6 grooves, R.H. twist; 1 turn in 406 mm
Front Sight: Fixed; Rear Sight: Adjustable