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    Master doddg's Avatar

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    Grips for Ruger Mark 3 Target: recommendations

    For this gun: Mark 3 frame with Volquartsen barrel.
    Anyone have any suggestions besides what I've found?
    I don't see how the magzine release is long enough for the 1st and 3rd one here that I'm not showing?

    $50 I like the looks of these big grips:Volquartsen Custom Volthane Target Grips, MKIII, Right-Handed



    $23 Hogue Rubber Grip w/Right Hand Thumb Rest,Black



    $142 Volquartsen wood grips grey


    Ruger Mark 3 gun frame with stock grips:

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    My MKIV shoots better than I do with the stock grips. I can't imagine paying $140 for grips for ANYTHING. Just my

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    Quote Originally Posted by NHT3 View Post
    My MKIV shoots better than I do with the stock grips. I can't imagine paying $140 for grips for ANYTHING. Just my

    NRA Life Member / Basic Pistol instructor / RSO
    "Under pressure, you don't rise to the occasion, you sink to the level of your training. That's why we train so hard"
    Unnamed Navy Seal
    “Ego is the reason many men do not shoot competition. They don't want to suck in public”
    Aron Bright

    I'm with you!
    I have bought grips just for functionality b/c I need bigger in the past, and usually they are the Hogue rubber type costing around $25.
    Only once have I bought just for looks and my own pleasure: $35.
    I have wanted to get some wood grips for a SW 5096 just for my pleasure but haven't yet since they are $80 or $130 (or more).

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    Grips are an incredibly personal choice. Some grips are designed for specific shooting styles. None will increase the mechanical accuracy, but they can increase your ability to access that accuracy.

    The Volquartsen Volthane grips are a great Goldilocks choice.

    The Volquartsen Laminate grips are very large, but comfortable. Less of a Goldilocks grip and more of bullseye style grip.

    I’ve not seen or tried the Hogues.
    “...I blame Turbo” -Everyone

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    Quote Originally Posted by doddg View Post
    ...I don't see how the magzine release is long enough for the 1st and 3rd one here that I'm not showing?

    $50 I like the looks of these big grips:Volquartsen Custom Volthane Target Grips, MKIII, Right-Handed...
    The Volquartsen listing says the Volthane grips come with an extended bolt release and an extended magazine release. Problem solved.

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