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This is a discussion on SR9/SR9c & Sr40/SR40c Trigger Reset Fix within the Ruger Pistols forums, part of the Pistol & Revolver Forum category; Originally Posted by jstanfield103 Sorry Deleted I just bought my first Ruger a sr40c and I would love to have this info. Can anyone help...


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Old February 15th, 2012, 10:11 PM   #16
 
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I just bought my first Ruger a sr40c and I would love to have this info. Can anyone help
Can I get this info as well? My SR40c runs great- but I would also love to have this info-- just in case.

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Can I get this info as well? My SR40c runs great- but I would also love to have this info-- just in case.

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Look at the link mentioned in post #6. The key is making sure that the parts mentioned aren't bent incorrectly.

It can get bent when cleaning, removing the slide and forcing things, if a round doesn't get ejected correctly, etc. (all things that can happen in everyday usage.)

Be sure the linkages are clean and there is no grit behind them.

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Too bad you felt the need to delete your post because of another user. Regardless, the same troubleshooting steps can also be found here...

RUGER SR/SRc: ROCKET, TACTICAL AND ALL OTHER TRIGER BAR RESETS INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
Thanks for the link....no issues with my SR40 but the links/info is interesting!
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I just purchased a all black SR9c. First thing I did was break it down, clean and lube it. However right from the box the trigger stays back when i pull it. I have to push the trigger forward myself after every time I fire it. Anyone familiar with this? Is this something that will go away with break in of the gun. I can say other than that I really like the SR9c, it is one very nice pistol. Oh, I have not fired it at the range yet.
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I just purchased a all black SR9c. First thing I did was break it down, clean and lube it. However right from the box the trigger stays back when i pull it. I have to push the trigger forward myself after every time I fire it. Anyone familiar with this? Is this something that will go away with break in of the gun. I can say other than that I really like the SR9c, it is one very nice pistol. Oh, I have not fired it at the range yet.
Are you talking about dry firing it? It will only reset by racking the slide after dry firing.

Also unless you remove the mag disconnect do not dry fire with out a empty mag in place.
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Diesel Tech thanks , I have a lot to learn.

Yes I meant Dry firing... I always make sure the mag is in when I Dry fire.

Thanks again, looks like I have no problem.
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Could someone please send me this information? My SR9C did this many times today and I've lost faith in its reliability - would love to be able to fix it myself if possible.
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Your original post had valuable info for the SR9c. I had my husband read it just in case something came up with my SR9c. Plus if someone in the future used the search feature in this forum, it would pop up to help them. Thx for posting & don't hesitate to post in the future. The moderators here will take care of any bs attackers.
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Could someone please send me this information? My SR9C did this many times today and I've lost faith in its reliability - would love to be able to fix it myself if possible.
Please send it to me also, I have had the same issue and am very concerned about the weapon's reliability.
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Thanks for the link....no issues with my SR40 but the links/info is interesting!

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Why was the OP post deleted?
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Why was the OP post deleted?
He deleted it on his own because people (I think mostly in the other ruger forum) gave him crap about amateur gunsmithing.

Essentially he said that the area behind the trigger bar needed to be kept clean and that the right angle on the trigger bar needed to be maintained. (that angle can be changed if people force the slide off when the trigger bar isn't in the correct position., if I remember correctly. )

The same info can be found in the ghost trigger mod videos.

here's what he said about deleting the info:

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I hate that I deleted it to but when I posted it on the other Ruger forum, I got such a bad post going with nothing but bashing. I just got fed up and deleted it on both Ruger sites. All though my gun is working smoothly and reset just fine now. Just got tired of the bashing, don't care for it. I don't do it and won't respond to it any more. I was just trying to help people that had the same problem that I did with the reset issue.

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