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I just picked up a Ruger P95DC. Got a great deal on it.
I have a question...
The trigger seems really lose left-right. And in da mode I have to pull the trigger all the way to the wall and even then it seems like it almost isn't going to fire. There's a bit of a delay almost.
Anyone know what might be up?


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Call ruger and have them look at well they’re still working on them. I had bought a P95 last year for cheap and the trigger in double action was extremely gritty. I called them and paid $30 for shipping and had it back in under 10 days. I believe it has something to do with the sear
 

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Update:
Called Ruger and the gal u spoke with was very helpful.
She could see that I was already in the system because is an issue II had with my lc9s some years ago.
She said they would fix it, and even paid for shipping, which the don't usually do for discontinued guns.
It came back to me a few weeks later good as new.
It shot like a house a'fire.
It's now at my gunsmith getting a new fiber front site.



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Update:
Called Ruger and the gal u spoke with was very helpful.
She could see that I was already in the system because is an issue II had with my lc9s some years ago.
She said they would fix it, and even paid for shipping, which the don't usually do for discontinued guns.
It came back to me a few weeks later good as new.
It shot like a house a'fire.
It's now at my gunsmith getting a new fiber front site.



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Just more proof of the best customer service in the firearms industry!

Enjoy your P gun.

Update:
Called Ruger and the gal u spoke with was very helpful.
She could see that I was already in the system because is an issue II had with my lc9s some years ago.
She said they would fix it, and even paid for shipping, which the don't usually do for discontinued guns.
It came back to me a few weeks later good as new.
It shot like a house a'fire.
It's now at my gunsmith getting a new fiber front site.



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