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Ruger Mk ll: okay to dry-fire?

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by model 649, Sep 22, 2005.

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  1. model 649

    model 649 Member

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    I'm looking into getting a Mk ll(.22 cal.) of some stripe and wonder if they can be dry-fired.
    Josh
     
  2. hksw

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    Yes, it has a firing pin stop to prevent the pin from hitting the edge of the chamber. I dry fire my KMK10 all the time whenever its out.
     
  3. sfhogman

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    Yup. The firing pin rides on a crosspin that keeps it from striking the breech face. Just be sure to reinstall it after disassembly. Ruger will send you an owner's manual if you ask. Or, you can download it.
    http://www.ruger.com/Firearms/S-InstructManualsP.html

    Jeff
     
  4. model 649

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    Thanks much for the fast answers.
    Josh
     
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