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Ruger SR22™ P Factory 10 Round Magazine  .22 Caliber with Extension-Restricted Item -Check Your Local and State Laws Prior To Ordering

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 Ruger & Co., Inc. Blue steel 10 round .22 caliber magazine for the SR-22™. Includes flat floor plate and extended floor plate.


Made in The USA





Item Number Price  
90382 $28.00


Ruger  LCP .380 ACP 6 Round Factory Magazine with Finger Extension-Restricted Item -Check Your Local and State Laws Prior To Ordering

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-Ruger Factory Magazine

-6 Round Capacity

Made in The USA




Item Number Price  
90333 $25.00


Mec-Gar Ruger P85/89/93/94/95/PC9 9mm 20 Round Mag-Restricted Item -Check Your Local and State Laws Prior To Ordering

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bulletExtended 20-round capacity
bulletCarbon Steel Tube, heat-treated for strength
bulletHigher tensile music wire spring
bulletPolymer follower
bulletRemovable steel butt-plate





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MGRP8520B $37.00

RUGER COMPLETE GUIDES  RUGER .22 Automatic Pistols 1947 ~ 2004

For your Ruger Standard, Mark I, Mark II, 22/45, Competition, Government, Slab-sides and all special models prior to the release of the new Mark III series introduced in 2005.

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bullet The only CURRENT printed manual that includes information on
ALL models from 1947 ~ 2004 (Mark I, Mark II, 22/45, etc.)
bullet Contains most of the same text and high resolution graphics
found in the CD-ROM program
bullet Easy to use -- lies open and flat on your work surface
bullet 56 pages - 55 high-resolution grayscale images
bullet Includes "rare" complete serial numbers and
manufacturing dates from 1949 ~ 2004
bullet Printed in the USA with card stock cover and bright white paper.

Excerpt from this Ruger Guide:

The .22 Ruger Pistol - 1949 Instant Success

The Ruger .22 is the best selling .22 pistol in the world. Since its introduction in 1949, the Ruger .22 Standard Model pistol quietly took over the .22 pistol market. Its good looks, superior performance and very reasonable price tag gave it an instant advantage over long established brands on the market such as the High Standard or Colt Woodsman. America’s shooters found a .22 pistol that delivered solid value and outstanding performance for the money.

Ruger Mark I Standard Pistol circa 1949, with its “salt cod” box and Ruger cardboard carton, circa 1954-1960. Cost: $37.50

Since 1950, the demand for these Ruger pistols exceeded supply. Ruger enjoyed a back-order condition into the mid 1970’s.

The .22 Ruger Pistol - 1951

In 1951, The Mark I Target Pistol was introduced, with an adjustable rear sight and a 6 7/8” barrel. Cost: $57.50 During 1952~1953 Ruger produced a Mark I with a 5 1/4 tapered barrel. Due to lack of interest, this version was dropped from production. It remains one of the only Rugers ever discountinued as most have been replaced by design improvements. This short-lived model is sought after by most pistol collectors.

In 1955, Ruger made an aftermarket muzzle brake available, but it was discontinued. Ruger introduced the “Bull Barrel” in 1964. These 5 1/2 inch barrels have a front sight base attached by screws. In 1971, the black emblem was moved to the right grip panel. All Standard and Mark I pistols made in 1976 have barrels stamped with “Made in the 200th Year of American Liberty”.

All Ruger firearms since 1977 have the roll marking on the barrels that say: “ BEFORE USING GUN - READ WARNINGS IN INSTRUCTION MANUAL AVAILABLE FREE FROM STURM, RUGER, & COMPANY, INC., SOUTHPORT, CT., USA.”

Made in The USA

           The Ruger .22 Automatic Pistol

William Batterman Ruger
August 1949
Instant Success
Mark I Target Pistol
Military Models
Mark II Pistols
Mark II Government Models
Mark II 22/45
Ruger Turns 50!
Year 2002 and Beyond..

Safety tips

Operational Background

The Safety
The Bolt Stop
Magazines and Ammunition
Sight Adjustment - Windage
Sight Adjustment - Elevation
Render the Pistol Inoperable

Safety First
Mainspring Housing Assembly
Remove Bolt Stop Pin
Bolt Assembly
Barrel / Receiver Assembly
Reassembly - Bolt
Reassembly - Hammer and Strut
Reassembly - Mainspring & Bolt Stop
Reassembly - Hammer Strut Part I
Reassembly - Hammer Strut Part II
Reassembly - Hammer Strut Part III
Reassembly - Housing Latch
Magazine Disassembly
Further Disassembly?
Recoil Spring and Guide
Firing Pin Stop
Firing Pin
Support & Rebound Spring
Extractor and Plunger
Extractor and Plunger Cont.
Advanced - Grip Panel
Advanced - Bolt Stop & Hammer
Advanced - Safety
Advanced - Sear Area
Advanced - Trigger Area
Advanced - Bolt Stop Area
Advanced - Magazine Latch
Advanced - Sights
Further Disassembly - Not Advised!

Magazine Loaders
Other Accessories

Parts - Upper Mark Series
Parts - Lower Mark Series
Parts - Upper Model 22/45
Parts - Lower Model 22/45
Serial Numbers 1949 ~ 2004







Item Number Description Price  
GGRuger22Complete Complete Guide to the Ruger Automatic Pistols $15.00


Disassembly/Reassembly Guide to the Ruger Mark III Automatic Pistols (Introduced in 2004)

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•  The only current printed manual that includes information
    on ALL models.

•  Specific disassembly and reassembly instructions for the
    differences between the Standard and 22/45 models.

•  Easy to use -- Comb binding lies open and flat on your
    work surface.

•  19 pages & 36 high-resolution grayscale images.

•  Cardstock cover. Bright white paper.
Made in The USA


Brief History and description of
previous Models

Exploded Part Diagrams
(46 parts and descriptions)


- Clear Pistol
- Magazine
- Internal Lock
- Mainspring Housing Latch
- Bolt Stop
- Bolt
- Firing Pin Stop
- Barrel / Receiver
- Recoil Spring Assembly
- Firing Pin
- Firing Pin Support & Spring

Disassembly (cont.)
- Extractor
- Grips
- Hammer Pivot Pin
- Safety
- Hammer Assembly
- Magazine Disconnect
- Hammer Bushing
- Sear Assembly

- Trigger Assembly
- Sear Assembly
- Sear Assembly



Serial Number for ALL models
from 2004 ~ 2008

Item Number Description Price  
GGRugerMarkIIID/R Disassembly/Reassembly Guide to the Ruger Mark III Automatic Pistols (Introduced in 2004) $9.00


Disassembly/Reassembly Guide for Ruger Revolvers

Ruger Single Action Revolvers (2005)

For your Blackhawk, Super Blackhawk, Vaquero

Made in The USA

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•  The only current printed manual that includes information
    on ALL models.
•  Easy to use -- Comb binding lies open and flat on your
    work surface.
•  16 pages & 20+ high-resolution grayscale images.
•  Cardstock cover. Bright white paper.



Brief History
Safety First
Exploded Parts Diagram
Parts List

- Clear Weapon
- Grips
- Mainspring
- Grip Frame Screws
- Grip / Cylinder Frames
- Pawl Spring
- Cylinder Latch
- Old Three Screw Models
- Trigger Spring
Disassembly (cont.)
- Trigger Pivot Pin
- Gate Detent Spring Clamp
- Hammer & Cross Pin
- Transfer Bar
- Trigger
- Cylinder Stop
- Gate Spring
- Loading Gate
- Hammer Plunger & Spring
- Ejector & Housing

(21) Listed Steps and Tips


Excerpt from this Ruger Guide:

Production History of the Ruger Single Action Revolvers

1955 Blackhawk .357 Magnum
1956 Blackhawk .44 Magnum
1959 Super Blackhawk .44 Magnum
1962 End production of the Blackhawk .44 Magnum
1965 Blackhawk .41 Magnum
1968 Blackhawk .30 Caliber
1971 Blackhawk .45 Caliber
1973 New Model Blackhawks (Transfer Bar)
1976 200th Year Markings
1982 Blackhawk .357 Maximum Caliber
1982 Blackhawk Conversion Kit Notice
1984 End production of the Blackhawk .357 Maximum Caliber
1985 New Model Bisley
1990 Blackhawk Special Model S3840
1992 Super Blackhawk Hunter .44 Magnum
1993 Vaquero .44-40, .45 LC, .44 Magnum
1998 Bisley-Vaquero Models
2005 50th Anniversary Blackhawk .357 Magnum
2005 New Vaquero

Item Number Description Price  
GGRugerRevolver DR Gun Guides Ruger Revolver Disassembly/Reassembly Guide $8.00



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