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The fix is contact Ruger customer service. They will tell you how to send it back to them and they will make it right.
 

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I had a local gunsmith do a trigger job on a Ruger MK III for me, it had a terribly gritty trigger. He did a real slick job. Test fired it at his range, real nice. Took it home and fired it in my basement range. After about 50 rds it went full auto. Very exciting stuff. Expensive too..... now I need a new air conditioner. And...... the basement range now closed........................

Pistol is back to semi auto, but the trigger is not as nice as it was !
 

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Is this the original, stock trigger or did someone work on it? If it's been molested, expect Ruger to charge you for the repair. They might not, but that would be out of their generosity.

Definitely call Ruger ASAP and don't tell anyone else lest the ATF SWAT you some night. Probably too late for that...
 
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