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#5438425 - 11/23/14 10:04 AM How much are pre ruger marks 22?
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I recently purchased a 22 pistol that's I belive is a ruger 22 standard. Looks like a mark but isn't. It has 2 clips and a holster what's the value on the gun.
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#5438630 - 11/23/14 12:50 PM Re: How much are pre ruger marks 22? [Re: DSST_Construction]
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One of these?

What does it say on the receiver?

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#5441262 - 11/24/14 06:38 PM Re: How much are pre ruger marks 22? [Re: DSST_Construction]
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I have one just like the pic, it's a great shooter.

#5441276 - 11/24/14 06:46 PM Re: How much are pre ruger marks 22? [Re: DSST_Construction]
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Cant help you on value but I can tell you they aint very rare. They were made from around 1950 till around 1982-83 time frame.

#5441847 - 11/24/14 10:11 PM Re: How much are pre ruger marks 22? [Re: DSST_Construction]
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Never seen one that used a clip. I know the magazines are kinda expensive for the originals. How do you know it's not a MKI? It's pretty simple to tell the difference between a Standard and a MKI, right?

From Google....and I've read it and heard from people I trust:

All MKI's were marked RUGER .22 CAL LONG RIFLE AUTOMATIC PISTOL MARK I. Earlier ones had Ruger Pistol which was changed to RUGER STANDARD AUTOMATIC PISTOL. 1958+ Standards were marked RUGER .22 CAL LONG RIFLE AUTOMATIC PISTOL.

To answer the question, the value is likely between $150 and $1500. Since we don't know what model it is, its condition, or what it looks like....tough to say. Is it a perfect 1950's model with a vintage maker's marked holster and comes complete with a serialed box and all its internals? Or is it a nice shooter with no extras from 1980?
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