Ruger MK 3 Suppressed Talo Edition
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Ruger MK 3
Place of origin United States
Production history Manufacturer Sturm, Ruger & Co.
Weight 31–45 oz (880–1,300 g)
Length 9–11.12 in (230–282 mm)
Barrel length 4.75–6.88 in (121–175 mm)
Cartridge .22 LR
Barrels 1:16" Right hand twist
Action Blowback Feed system 10-round magazine
The first is simply known as Mark 3. The pistol's barrel is made from steel bar and is threaded into the receiver which is made from steel tube. The barrel is not removable without machining, though. The layout is similar to the Luger P08. Although the operating mechanism was originally copied from the Nambu pistol
The high-end model is known as the Hunter. This pistol features a stainless steel frame and comes with either a 4.5-inch, 5.5-inch (a distributor exclusive), or a 6.875-inch fluted bull barrel, fiber-optic front sight, adjustable, V-notch rear sights, and half-checkered cocobolo wood grip. It features multiple safety mechanisms, and includes a visible loaded chamber indicator (The first ever included in a .22 rimfire pistol) as well as internal and external keyed locks provided.
The next pistol in the lineup is named Competition. It too has a stainless steel frame and 6.875-inch slab sided bull barrel, and adjustable rear sights; the pistol also has the cocobolo grip with thumb rest.
Target is the next Mark III. This pistol has a stainless or blued finish, a tapered 6.875-inch barrel, adjustable rear sights, and black plastic grips.
The Bull barrel pistol comes in stainless steel or blued finish. It has a heavier barrel to help the barrel from overheating and to keep recoil down. It has a 5.5-inch barrel and adjustable rear sights.
Finally, the Standard Mark 3 has a tapered barrel, black plastic handgrips and a blued finish. It comes with either a 6-inch or 4.75-inch barrel. It has fixed sights.