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I had a Mark II. it was the hardest pistol to take apart that I ever owned.
That was an issue with all the Ruger .22 pistols from the Standard model which came out in 1949 through the Mark 3. They redesigned the pistol with the Mark 4 series and this is no longer an issue with the Ruger .22 pistols. There was a technique to taking them apart and reassembling them and they were a PITA in that regard.
Those are nice grips on your 22/45 Square Target. A friend of mine bought an earlier series 22/45 that had fake grip panels molded into the frame. He hated those so much that he milled them off the frame and replaced them with a set of double diamond grips for a 1911.
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