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Old 08-04-2013, 03:56 AM   #1
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I heard that these could cause light strikes. Is this true? Haven't shot mine yet so im just asking experienced owners of these fine pistols if this is a rumor. I hear of people removing these but that would void the warranty right? Im not really worried about it as the gun was designed for this and the SR line is doing fairly well. I just never had a gun with this feature. Any comments on this will be appreciated

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Old 08-04-2013, 03:58 AM   #2
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I meant a true rumor or false

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I have an SR9C that I purchased about 18 months ago. I have about 800 rounds through it without a single misfire or jam of any kind.

So far it has been a very reliable pistol.

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It is true...the first run of the SR line did have short, or weak pin springs. That has long ago been corrected. You can call them with your ser#, and they will tell you if your gun is one of them. They pay shipping both ways for free upgrade. The turnaround has been 7 working days for the ones we have had to send in. The mag safety should not be a factor . If you dont like it, it is very simple to remove. youtube it.. Does not void warranty..

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It is true...the first run of the SR line did have short, or weak pin springs. That has long ago been corrected. You can call them with your ser#, and they will tell you if your gun is one of them. They pay shipping both ways for free upgrade. The turnaround has been 7 working days for the ones we have had to send in. The mag safety should not be a factor . If you dont like it, it is very simple to remove. youtube it.. Does not void warranty..
Ruger does not have a warranty on their firearms, fyi
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Ruger does not have a warranty on their firearms, fyi
You are correct, sir. Ruger has neither an expressed nor implied warranty, but they are pretty dang good about correcting defects in their products.
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You are correct, sir. Ruger has neither an expressed nor implied warranty, but they are pretty dang good about correcting defects in their products.
Wow, never knew that. But as long as they stand behind their product I guess it doesn't matter.
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You are correct, sir. Ruger has neither an expressed nor implied warranty, but they are pretty dang good about correcting defects in their products.
Thats true, but i have ever had them refuse to take care of a problem, even with guns that are decades old. But we dont send them anything that has obviously been abused, or used for a hammer, etc. They are a pleasure to work with.
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My SR40c didn't have light strikes til almost 200 rounds through it. Once the magazine disconnect came out, no more light strikes....that was 100 rounds ago.

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I just took mine out. I figure its just another part to malfunction. Plus none of my others have this feature. I could just put it back in if I decide to sell it. Wow people weren't lying when they say it was an easy task. Almost like it was made easy for the owners option. Took about 2 minutes total.

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