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What are the differences between the two with the exception of the grip and grip angle? Are the trigger parts and action components interchangeable?

I am wanting one with a threaded barrel for a suppressor.

I keep thinking about

http://ruger.com/products/markIIIDE/specSheets/10155.html

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http://ruger.com/products/2245ThreadedBarrel/specSheets/10149.html

I am going back and forth on sights or no sights since I do not think the standard sights are tall enough to get over the suppressor. I was thinking about a red dot on top of it.

I do want the longer barrel to try to keep velocities up a bit higher. Also does anybody know if the tops of the receivers are drilled and tapped??

Thanks guys!
 

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The sights will be high enough to clear the suppressor. All new Mark Pistols are drilled & tapped. The choice is yours, but I personally would not buy a pistol without open sights. A 4" barrel is perfect for a suppressor, because ammo wont get above the speed of sound. This causes a "sonic crack" and kind of defeats the purpose of the suppressor. Have you considered the 22/45 threaded, with iron sights? Its excellent. Or the 22/45 LITE? I have both, and they are great pistols.

 
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