I agree with Jerry on this one. Don't try to fix it if it's not broke.
I do see some small things that could be fixed on the Mark II but they are very small details in size that It's of no matter.
The Mark II is pure reliablity that Ruger is known for. Solid and good quality.
I didn't see a real reason to mess with it.
I can't believe that Ruger let this out of there shop. Looking at the pictures, you would think that any nitwit would see this as a problem,this is not rocket science.I know some of the people that work for Ruger. The one that I shoot with uses a 1911. his 10 year old son uses a Mark2 (older model)
Only thing I'm against is the no magazine safety. What about when I'm trying to teach somebody to shoot and I only want one round in at a time? It's a PITA to drop the mag everytime. Trying for simplicity and all with new shooters.
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