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  • Brent

    #2ALivesMatter
    Nov 22, 2013
    2,165
    Amongst the Deplorables, SC.
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    #42 the Pawl needs to be checked out I reckon


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    hodgepodge

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    Sep 3, 2009
    9,686
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    I know you don't want to, but I'm thinking this is a Ruger issue. Contact them. Their customer service reputation is very, very good.
     

    IronEye

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    Feb 10, 2018
    690
    Howard County
    I just had Ruger look at a new SR1911 Commander.
    I sent them a note about the problem. They asked me to call.
    I got a RMA number and a shipping label. Dropped the package at a FedEx shipping center. It was back to my home in less than 2 weeks - adult signature required.
    Shipping was on their dime both ways. The only hassle was having to take the gun to the shipping center in Linthicum.
    There was no "transfer fee process".
     

    Brent

    #2ALivesMatter
    Nov 22, 2013
    2,165
    Amongst the Deplorables, SC.
    That process has been echoed by many and I appreciate people letting me know that. So, good on that front.

    Pistol now locks at random. Took a video and got this -

    “By the way, the revolver shows very little use but the picture of the pawl shows a lot of abuse. Probably a mixture of crappy reloads and excess force. Wise to send it back.”

    One of my “old timer knows his shit” friends diagnosed that little detail. So off to Ruger it goes!


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    IronEye

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    Feb 10, 2018
    690
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    It will be comforting to know that Ruger looked it over and hopefully uncovered any other potential problems.
    I'm not inferring that this gun was abused but fanning a single action is very hard on the internal parts. Who know what the previous owner was up to?
    Good luck.
     

    Brent

    #2ALivesMatter
    Nov 22, 2013
    2,165
    Amongst the Deplorables, SC.
    It will be comforting to know that Ruger looked it over and hopefully uncovered any other potential problems.
    I'm not inferring that this gun was abused but fanning a single action is very hard on the internal parts. Who know what the previous owner was up to?
    Good luck.

    Yeah, sounds like someone shot something they shouldn’t have in it.


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