• Drop-in installation
  • Allow user to adjust pretravel and overtravel


  • Material: Aluminum or Stainless Steel
  • Finish:
    • Aluminum Model: Anodized (Black)
    • Stainless Steel Model: Raw (Silver)
  • Weight:
    • Aluminum Model: 0.25 oz.
    • Stainless Steel Model: 0.56 oz.


  • Ruger Mark II, III, and IV


  • 1x Volquartsen Target Trigger
  • 1x Trigger Spring Plunger
  • 1x Trigger Spring
  • 2x Overtravel Adjustment Screws
  • 1x Pretravel Adjustment Screw
  • 1x Allen Wrench


If you're like a lot of us, modifying your guns is second nature. There's always a different grip or sight that could make the gun a better fit. I know that if you have a Ruger Mark series pistol, that factory Ruger Mark II trigger drives you crazy. I mean, the pistol as a whole is solid. However, out of the box, the Ruger Mark II trigger feels gritty, and some of them have tons of slack and post travel. All it takes is a Volquartsen target trigger Ruger Mark II version and that problem goes away.

A Better Ruger Mark III Trigger

If you lay the stock Ruger Mark III trigger side by side with the Volquartsen model, it's easy to see which one is superior. The machining and finish of the Volquartsen target trigger Ruger Mark II is clearly in a league of its own. Its natural shape fits your finger just right, you'll find it to be much more comfortable than the stock trigger.

Some Things You Just Can't Resist Doing

This upgrade is a direct replacement for the Ruger Mark III trigger as well as the Mark II model. With its preset and overtravel adjustments the Volquartsen target trigger Ruger Mark II makes your gun feel nearly like a high-end target pistol. The smooth curve and faster reset time give you a great start on accurizing your Ruger. You will immediately notice the short, crisp trigger action that breeds consistency and accuracy. This trigger is the first serious upgrade for any shooter who is interested in doing more than plinking. You know you're ready to get rid of that factory Ruger Mark II trigger and today is the day to do it.

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