Kenneth Thompson: Thank you...Looks easier than I thought it would be.
Joseph Roberts: My wife's pistol. She gets to do it next time.
Kevin Bisson: Thank you so much, could always take it apart but putting it back together was always a struggle!!
Kevin Johnsen: Wow, thank you. My father just gave me his old Mark 1 and I was looking for EXACTLY this info, didn't want to wreck a gun that's nearly 60 years old.
skystonegem: My friend spent hours trying to get his old Mark 1 back together, and together we were able to accomplish little even working together on it. You broke the logjam and not only made a happy ending (did you hear the victory shot in my backyard?) but also helped set a precedent for two neighbors working as a team SUCCESSFULLY! Put a price on that! Thank you SO much!
jdsparks100: Thankyou times a million, you are the only reason i could get my 1962 back together again!!!!
Rick Rector: THANK YOU SOOO MUCH!!! Amber, I have almost tried doing this hanging from a tree! God bless, and safe shooting. Dave
Charles Lemak: This is clear, concise, and easy to follow. I very recently inherited a Ruger MkI with a bull barrel. It is essentially unused but unfortunately was stored near moisture and has several rust spots and minor pitting. I was going to strip it to clean and re-blue it, so I went to a local gun shop and the owner practically screamed, "No! They are nearly impossible to reassemble. Now I know, no gun is impossible to reassemble, so I came home did a search, got lucky and came upon your site. I followed your instructions, and it was a walk in the park. Thank you so much!
Eduardo Peralez: Thanks
madtrexman: Very well done! I have owned a Mk1 target model for close to 30 years. I have it figured out but it is never easy. I will try your method next time. You made it look easy! Thank you!
luckydogx2: Great instructional video. I've always dreaded taking my MK I apart, not any more!
Mark Mathers: Very helpful. Have always had trouble aligning the little lever near the backstrap. Your method is superior to others I've seen.
Jeff Hartman: Thank you! The manual does not help but your video surely does.
Skip Drake: Thanks!! Great video.
Randy Hebb: I know that this comment is way later than the rest, but I just picked up a really nice used MK1 and was having problems with reassembly. I watched a few other videos on YouTube before I watched yours. Only after watching you could I get the pistol back together. You are the only one who actually knows and showed the correct method to reassemble. Thank You!
Emile Trash: Thank you. I needed this video...helped very much!
Jim Jenkins: Great video! Helped me immensely.
DS08: any idea how to get the latch back in if you accidentally open the back latch before dry firing it?
Steve Bardfield: Thank you Amber! The trick with inserting a magazine and holding trigger back to get the mainspring bolt stop assembly in correctly is a life saver. I have been battling mine since the mid 80s and thanks to you it easy process now.
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