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Old 01-12-2013, 09:46 PM   #21
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Thanks everybody. Bob Wright hooked me up. Ruger did send me a replacement blade but it has a little nub that sticks out so it doesn't fit in the OM groove. ......Dremel......
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Thanks everybody. Bob Wright hooked me up. Ruger did send me a replacement blade but it has a little nub that sticks out so it doesn't fit in the OM groove. ......Dremel......
Just send it back and get the right part. If you notice there are two rear sights listed for the super/blackhawks. One has the nub and the other is flat. They both cost the same amount.
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Just send it back and get the right part. If you notice there are two rear sights listed for the super/blackhawks. One has the nub and the other is flat. They both cost the same amount.
The point is that Ruger wouldn't send any part for the OM unless I sent it to them for a transfer bar mod. 5 minutes with a Dremel, no nub, and it fits just fine. Now, it's off to the range with a $40 box of Am. Eagle 110 gr FMJ. It's a good thing I'm not buying for an M1 carbine, as much as I'd love one, couldn't afford to shoot it!
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I've chosen to ignore Ruger's kind offer. Teaching firearms safety, I like the ability to show students- load one, skip one, load four and cock-lowering the hammer puts it on the empty chamber (or as Skeeter Skeleton wrote."--load one bean , skip one bean,---". It is easy enough to tell them to read the manufacturer's directions to see if six is okay.
I am able to teach the students how to deal properly with all old single action revolvers.
I wish my own grandchildern to be safe, if the are fortunate enough to run into an early Ruger or a Colt or ---.
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