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Old June 24th, 2012, 03:34 PM   #16
 
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Be sure to clean between the trigger bar and the inside side of the firearm. When the firearm is fired, dirt gets back in there and can prevent free movemnt of the trigger bar in some cases.

Some have sent their SRs back to Ruger and they get a new trigger bar installed.The second trigger bar may have more clearance and work fine. In many cases, if the area is cleaned, it doesn't need to make a trip back to Ruger.

There have been several threads on this issue that include links on how to clean the trigger bar, etc.



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Thanks for the tip, I will look into that. They did replace the trigger bar as well. Hopefully this will get fixed, as I really like this gun.
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Thanks for the tip, I will look into that. They did replace the trigger bar as well. Hopefully this will get fixed, as I really like this gun.
Putting a bit of cleaning solution on a piece fo coffee filter paper and running that back and forth between the trigger bar and the side wall works fairly well.
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Update:
The day after I shipped in my SR9c, I got a call from the person who initially helped me over the phone. They just wanted me to know that they had received it, which I thought was professional.

Several days later I got an email saying that they had fixed the problem (trigger bar) and had shipped it back to me. The tracking number was included.

My gun arrived this morning, for a total turnaround of 7 days...I think that's fast. They provided a note saying that they had replaced the trigger bar and fired 40 rounds without incident.

This afternoon I took it to the range and fired 50 rounds, alternating magazines, and didn't have any problems. It's a very accurate gun and feels good in my hand. I'll take it out again sometime in the next week and will fire another 50-100 rounds and see how it goes, but I'm very pleased with this gun and with Ruger, and I can't wait to shoot it again. I love this gun!
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Old November 29th, 2016, 10:23 AM   #20
 
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I have had this same problem with my SR9e. I called Ruger about it this morning, and they emailed me a shipping label to send it in for repair. Prior to calling them, I have thoroughly cleaned it several times, but the problem has persisted.

Hopefully it will perform better when I get it back in a couple of weeks.

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Hello from Ohio. I have 3 sr series pistols. The sr9c has become a major thorn as of late. mine was made in 2013 and just got back from the factory today for a trigger failing to reset overhaul. I am wondering if anyone else has had the following problems. First thing that was evident was that the mags would not lock in unless the slide was back, they did before. I could not get the slide off with trigger pulled and disassembly pin removed. finally did without damaging anything. Found out why the mag issue was there, when they replaced the spring it was not all the way in the mag disconnect safety so it was pinched and crushed. next issue is the cam block and barrel are pretty chewed up at the pivot point the barrel rocks up when firing. the cam block is now worn crooked, and it was not before. the new trigger bar reset is so high it prevents re installing the slide. they fired over 100 rounds thru it at the factory with the slide in a bind that it wore into the rear frame thru the metal plate on the back of frame. even the striker cover has the plastic coating worn off the bottom. This was one of my carry fire arms. The sad thing is they replaced the slide twice on this gun now this. I own many ruger revolvers with no issues, and my sr9c was returned in worse and worn condition than when I sent it out. I deburred the barrel but there is no fixing the frame or cam block. surely they would have noticed something after they overhauled. My gun was manufactured in 2013, Are there any continuing issues with that year.
My Sr45 is on its 3rd set of magazines for failure to hold open and falling out the bottom when firing.
I am not new to shooting but I am somewhat disappointed with the SR series problems.

I purchased an SR9E last spring, It shot left no matter what, after closer inspection I found that the slide was actually dragging on the barrel do to burrs that missed the QC department. after filing and polishing the barrel and slide that one has turned into a fine range gun. The SR9C unfortunately looks to be ruined
Any thoughts would be appreciated and yes I am calling Customer service first thing in the morning
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I had a trigger reset problem on my SR40C and sent it back to Ruger and they replaced the whole trigger assembly. I tried cleaning it several times to no avail and i noticed the trigger bar was floppy and when i got it back the trigger bar was not floppy anymore..oh and they put 75 rounds through it before sending it back....had it back in 5 days..
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