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Old May 1st, 2011, 06:31 AM   #1
 
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Volquartsen Accurizing Kit

Just installed a Volquartsen Accurizing Kit in my MKIII last night. It installed easier then what I thought it would. I have shot many MKIII's with Volquartsen Triggers installed at my local range and they are great. After I take it for a test run I will post the results. If you own a MKIII and have not shot one with one if these triggers installed, find someone that has one and give it a try. They are sweet!



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One of rhe first things I did to mine, love it. VQ kit, mag disconnect removed, and an LCI filler installed.
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To remove the magazine disconnect do you have to install a MKII bushing? I have seen it mentioned here and there, but I am not for sure the exact steps. Also, there is a big difference between the factory sear and VQ sear. The VQ sear has much better finish, having less sharp edges.
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You change the hammer and bushing to remove the mag disconnect. It's MK II parts. I didn't notice a big difference with the VQ seer and stock since I had polished my stock one already.
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You change the hammer and bushing to remove the mag disconnect. It's MK II parts. I didn't notice a big difference with the VQ seer and stock since I had polished my stock one already.
i used only the mark 2 bushing (with mark 3 hammer) and every thing is working fine
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Thanks for the info. That might be next on the list....
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Mk3 and the Volquartson (and mag disconnect)

Hi
I also followed the advice on this great forum and did the Volquertson accurising kit installation on my Mark3 target hunter with long fluted barrel and my new 22/45 also a Mark3.

the 22/45 kit said to re-use the factory sear spring. That is one that has an anchor loop that goes down into the frame. Real squirreley factory thing that is not supplied by Volquertson.

That spring is heavier that the ones supplied by Volquertson but I have no choice. that did make the 22/45 trigger more heavy that the Hunter.

All in all, both of these shoot great and are my favorite pistols to shoot. I shoot the 22/45 more now, so I can practice on the feel of the 1911 etc.

Thanks forum and all you all that helped me.
Jeff
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Don't forget the Clark MKII Bushing.
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Don't forget the Clark MKII Bushing.
ya but brownells does not carry the clark or i was blind when i bought all my ruger mk accuritizing goodies. use all VQ internals in my 22/45
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