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Old January 9, 2013, 12:26 PM   #4
Scorch
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Generally, the condition of the transfer bar has nothing to do with light strikes. It fits loosely in the hammer cutout and is not pinched by the hammer when fired. If you are consistently having light strikes, and the gun has never been modified in any other way (springs, trigger job, etc) Ruger will fix it for free. If you have had work done, or just want to do it yourself, you can take some 220 to 320 grit silicon carbide paper and slowly sand down the hammer nose until you have a bit more firing pin protrusion. But be careful, .005" will make a great difference, so proceed slowly.
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