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Old 01-21-2012, 04:22 AM   #21
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How many total rounds have you put through it because my wife has about 200 through hers and still having the trigger sticking back issue. I just want to know about how many more I need her to put through it to get it just right. I have cleaned it every time we've been out to the range so I don't think cleaning is an issue...
And what brand and grain ammo are you using??
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How many total rounds have you put through it because my wife has about 200 through hers and still having the trigger sticking back issue. I just want to know about how many more I need her to put through it to get it just right. I have cleaned it every time we've been out to the range so I don't think cleaning is an issue...
500 total is usually the standard. If after that many it still sticks id get ahold of ruger

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500 total is usually the standard. If after that many it still sticks id get ahold of ruger

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Ok thanks Marlin, another question I have is, she shoots 115gr do you think if I have her shoot a heavier load like 124gr it may make a difference
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Ok thanks Marlin, another question I have is, she shoots 115gr do you think if if I have her shoot a heavier load like 124gr it may make a difference
Yes it very well might. Also might see if she is using good follow through after every shot.

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