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I have recently purchased,used,but pretty much new in the box 50th Anniversary Standard Auto.

It is not like the original standard auto as it has the slide lock/release lever.

I plan on getting replacement grips,is this actually considered a Mark III?

Over the years,Ruger has changed the grips for their standard autos and I need to know the correct model.

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Top Dog, The only difference between MK II and MK III grips is the indent for the magazine release button on the MK III. Your 50th Anniversary Standard does not have the magazine release behind the trigger so it is a MK II. MK III grips will fit but the indent will show.
 
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