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Picked it up at a local auction last night. Dont have my hands on it quite yet but will this week. Got it for $400, which I thought was a good deal. It is 1979 vintage according to the serial number and is in great condition with 3 mags.
 

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You did good getting this one. Glad to see someone give this Mark I a good home. To me the Mark series is worth the effort to shoot and care for. They shoot well for me and congrats on getting this one. Let us know how it shoots for you.
 
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Hello and Welcome to the RPF! Beautiful MkI T678...Congratulations!! (y)

I have a 78' that also looks and shoots Great. I find the balance and accuracy with the Ruger wooden thumb rest grips greatly assist my POA! I'm sure you'll enjoy yours! :cool:

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I have four Ruger Mark IV pistols. Standard 6", 22/45 5.5" ,Hunter 6.88", & Competition 6.88".
 

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On Monday, I'll have another MkIV, a 6" Standard (Upper that is...$35 clearance from VQ...just had to do it)! ;)

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Picked it up at a local auction last night. Dont have my hands on it quite yet but will this week. Got it for $400, which I thought was a good deal. It is 1979 vintage according to the serial number and is in great condition with 3 mags.
Very nice find! It's not very often when A100 Ruger Mark I Targets are found in that nice condition, especially with the target thumb rest panels. I have one I'll not part with:
 
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