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Old 11-04-2008, 10:32 AM   #11
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Looks like they switched to a Glock style trigger safety, did a little internal work, slapped a red dot on it and sent it back to the owner.
Interesting.... I haven't seen that yet. I'll keep an eye out for it.
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Interesting.... I haven't seen that yet. I'll keep an eye out for it.
Yup, just read an article in the latest issue of one of the gun mags.
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Cool, I'll check it out...

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I'd like to get one of these also but my supplier says they are hard to come by. He quoted me 269.00 out the door.

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Please PM your supplier if your willing!

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PM him about what? He can't get one.

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Looks like they switched to a Glock style trigger safety, did a little internal work, slapped a red dot on it and sent it back to the owner.
That's what they did to my SR9 that went back for recall. It works great.
One week door to door turnaround.

The last I heard, they have not modified any LCPs yet. They are waiting for parts. There was no mention of a trigger replacement on Ruger's website.

I am waiting for the box so my little buddy can return to the mothership for mods. I really like mine now and I'm sure it will be fine after they work on it. The free mag with finger extension is a good bonus...
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That's what they did to my SR9 that went back for recall. It works great.
One week door to door turnaround.

The last I heard, they have not modified any LCPs yet. They are waiting for parts. There was no mention of a trigger replacement on Ruger's website.

I am waiting for the box so my little buddy can return to the mothership for mods. I really like mine now and I'm sure it will be fine after they work on it. The free mag with finger extension is a good bonus...
Photos please... if possible.
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Ready for work. This thing disappears in my right front pocket. That's a .454 cartridge for size comparison.



Sorry for the crappy pics, I'm not much of a photographer.
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Got one...use for backup....luv it....but now back for the recall.

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