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The Mark II was actually Sturm-Sruger's third iteration of their .22 caliber rimfire pistol, preceded by the 'Standard' and 'Mark I' respectively. The pistol's overall style was influenced by the Japanese Nambu. The Mark II added a slide stop that held the slide open on the last round, and also was available in stainless steel. The Mark II has been available in a number of barrel lengths, styles and weights. All guns with bull or heavy tapered barrels are Target models, and are equipped with target sights consisting of an adjustable rear sight and a taller, wider front sight, with an aggressive undercut to reduce glare.
The Stevens Arms Co. developed the .22 Long Rifle rimfire cartridge from the .22 Long cartridge case developed 16 years earlier, with a 40 grain round nose bullet loaded to a higher velocity than the older 29 grain .22 Long bullet. Modern .22 Long Rifle High Velocity cartridges drive a 40 grain copper-plated bullet at a muzzle velocity of 1255 fps and muzzle energy of 140 ft-lbs from a rifle barrel. This rimfire cartridge has become the most popular sporting and target shooting cartridge in the world.
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