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Old June 24th, 2012, 02:34 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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