Volquartsen Trigger Kit for Ruger MK IV Rimfire Pistol

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posted on December 20, 2016
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The introduction of the Ruger MK IV rimfire pistol changed the game with its easy takedown feature. Now, Volquartsen Firearms is improving upon the platform with an aftermarket trigger kit designed to further improve accuracy in the already-accurate rimfire pistol.

The accurizing kit is completely drop-in and comes complete with the company's target hammer, hammer bushing, target sear and target trigger with plunger and spring. This kit allows the user to adjust pretravel and overtravel and provides the pistol with a crisp 2.5-pound trigger pull. The hammer and sear are made from A2 tool steel.

The kit includes Allen wrenches and medium-strength Loctite, along with complete installation instructions available online. The suggested retail price on the kit is $105.



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