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RUGER MARK IV .177- BLACK
Ruger’s classic Mark Series pistols have always been popular. Their quality has been well known for well over 50 years. Finally, you can pass on the shooting tradition of Ruger’s time-honored design to your family with the Ruger Mark IV .177 caliber pellet pistol. Umarex is paying homage to this cornerstone of Ruger design by applying the classic Ruger style to a smooth operating brake barrel pellet pistol. Notably, this sweet plinker features adjustable fiber-optic sights, an automatic/manual thumb safety, and grips with a combination of smooth and checkered surfaces. Get stocked up with plenty of pellets and targets because you are going to need them with this fun plinker.
- Manual thumb safety
- Smooth, single-stage trigger
- Realistic weight and feel
|OVERALL LENGTH||11 INCHES|
|BARREL LENGTH||5.3 INCHES|
|BARREL TYPE||RIFLED BORE|
|AIRGUN CALIBER||177 CALIBER|
|ACTION TYPE||SINGLE-SHOT COCKING MECHANISM|
|POWER SOURCE||SPRING PISTON|
|TRIGGER TYPE||SINGLE STAGE|
|FRONT SIGHT||FIXED FIBER OPTIC|
AGE RESTRICTIONS WHEN BUYING AIRGUNS, AIR RIFLES, AIR PISTOLS AND BB GUNS
Under Federal Law, airguns and BB guns are not classified as firearms and are legal for all ages. Persons under the age of 18 are not permitted to buy airguns, however; a person of any age may use one.
AGE RESTRICTIONS WHEN BUYING SHOOTING ACCESSORIES
There is no age restriction when buying airgun pellets or BBs (ammo) or other shooting accessories. However, items such as GAS and CO2 may have an 18 years restriction applied.
MINIMUM AGE YOU CAN OWN OR FIRE AN AIRGUN
There is no age restriction to own or to operate an airgun. It is within the law for a person that is 18 years or over to purchase an airgun and gift it to a person that is under the age of 18 years of age to own and operate. So, a parent can buy an airgun and give it to their child to use or keep regardless of their age. We recommend that an adult should supervise persons under the age of 14 years.
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