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Old March 11th, 2017, 03:22 PM   #1
 
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Ruger P89

Does Ruger still make parts for my P89? Nothing wrong with it but it is 28 years old. Worried springs might go bad, etc.... It is my 1st gun and has been by my side for a long time. Would like to keep it forever.



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yes they do but get parts soon like an extra extractor or springs as 30 years is a big time to drop support.
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If Ruger no longer carries parts you can also try Sarco or Numich. Wolf Springs makes spring sets (recoil, hammer, firing pin). Last time I checked Sarco had extractors and firing pins for the P85 ( not sure if these are the same as the 89) I'm sure a more knowledgeable person can jump in.
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After checking Ruger site it says it does not service or have parts for the P89, but to contact them. So I did last night. Waiting on a return email. Thanks guys.
You would never be able to tell the gun is as old as it is, I love it. Didn't even think about its age till I started looking around on this site in prep for getting a long gun.
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there are parts for P89s in a lot of places. Wolff makes springs. ebay has lots of parts for sale. ruger has parts, if you ship the gun to them. I sent my p944 to prescott,AZ last year. they fixed everything and had all theparts
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Ruger got back to me and said they can help, and to contact customer service with serial number etc.... Good to know, that gun means a lot to me, lots of memories.
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Please keep us posted as to what they tell you. I have a 20 year old P89 that is in excellent shape, but I think that I might want to stockpile some common parts.
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