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Hi Folks,
the little elongated spatula looking thing that is mated to a spring and is located under the firing pin is now straight. When I first installed it, it was bent and that was how I knew how to orient it on installation. I guess through constant use it seems to have straightened out. Is this a bad thing?
Thanks for any help on this issue,
Alan
 

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Would you be talking about the disconnect? I haven't a clue how yuo could sttraight that without a hammer..Send it back to Ruger for a fix..

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My bad,
the part is called the Rebound Support or something like it.
Thanks for your response,
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I just took out the firing pin for the first time yesterday. I put the support in wrong but realized my error before shooting it. I put it in the right way. There's a little groove that it drops in. Gun shoots fine. The part has to be bent. It faces down. Here's a good video.
How to clean Ruger MKIII firing pin - YouTube
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