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    Default Ruger MK II grip frame

    Has anyone seen a factory or aftermarket Ruger MK II grip frame for sale anywhere? Blued, Stainless... hell it could be the color purple, I don't care. Just looking to pick up one to I can put the threaded upper on it and restore a nice original 4" target model.

    So... Anyone have any ideas or have one they are willing to part with for a reasonable fee?

    oh and for those not familiar with the Ruger MK series the grip frame is NOT serialized and therefore not a firearm, the upper that the barrel is attached to is the serialized part.

    Gratuitous gun porn - I want to put this grip frame back with the factory upper and this upper on a new grip frame.

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    Default Re: Ruger MK II grip frame

    Factory fitted part. I doubt they'll sell you one but it never hurts to ask. Maybe if you send them your receiver they will install one for you.

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    Default Re: Ruger MK II grip frame

    They aren't a factory fitted part, just unique on how they atatch compared to other firearms. As far as getting one from the factory I've heard rumor that they wont sell any and they require you to send in your whole gun for a "replacement" grip frame which is a load of crap!
    Quote Originally Posted by GunLawyer001 View Post
    Buy a silencer.

    Tax: $200
    Cost of effective 5.56 suppressor: $500
    Letting the elderly neighbors sleep in until morning: Priceless.

    "132 and Bush I've got him at gun point, OK gun point, 132 and bush, cover is code 3"

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    Default Re: Ruger MK II grip frame

    That might be true but it still sounds like it might be about the only choice if you want to get one. I don't recall having seen any in my travels, ever.

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    Default Re: Ruger MK II grip frame

    I think I have one in the parts cabinet- I'll check when I open the shop in the am.
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    Default Re: Ruger MK II grip frame

    Quote Originally Posted by cdi View Post
    I think I have one in the parts cabinet- I'll check when I open the shop in the am.
    That would be wicked awesome! Stripped, complete, in between it doesn't matter as long as it's for a MK II

    I suppose the worse case scenario I find an old beat up cheep gun and refinish the grip frame or find a cheep donor somehow.
    Quote Originally Posted by GunLawyer001 View Post
    Buy a silencer.

    Tax: $200
    Cost of effective 5.56 suppressor: $500
    Letting the elderly neighbors sleep in until morning: Priceless.

    "132 and Bush I've got him at gun point, OK gun point, 132 and bush, cover is code 3"

    [SIGPIC][/SIGPIC]

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    Default Re: Ruger MK II grip frame

    If you watch the classifieds on rimfirecentral.com sometimes you will come across one.

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    Default Re: Ruger MK II grip frame

    Quote Originally Posted by ranger_5_0 View Post
    If you watch the classifieds on rimfirecentral.com sometimes you will come across one.
    Thanks for the tip... hopefully cdi has one and I don't resort to forum hunting!
    Quote Originally Posted by GunLawyer001 View Post
    Buy a silencer.

    Tax: $200
    Cost of effective 5.56 suppressor: $500
    Letting the elderly neighbors sleep in until morning: Priceless.

    "132 and Bush I've got him at gun point, OK gun point, 132 and bush, cover is code 3"

    [SIGPIC][/SIGPIC]

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    Default Re: Ruger MK II grip frame

    There is one on Gunbroker right now, looks like most if not all of the parts except for the rcvr.
    Current bid is $180
    http://www.gunbroker.com/Auction/Vie...Item=267890687

    Never seen an aftermarket one.
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    Default Re: Ruger MK II grip frame

    I found one- I am pretty sure it is a MKII. The only markings on it are: A-100
    It has a couple small spots of surface rust, but should clean up very well.

    I doubt it will need refinishing. If you are interested, email me or call me at the shop. cdicustom@hotmail.com 215-996-1603

    Sean
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