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Old January 9, 2013, 02:17 PM   #4
TacticalDefense1911
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Either send it back to Ruger for them to fix it or order a higher end aftermarket part and have a qualified gunsmith fit it for you. A good aftermarket piece runs $20-$40 + gunsmith fees. As I'm sure you already know a part breaking after 10 rounds is not normal. Its not a known issue as far as I know with Ruger 1911's. Cast or MIM parts will usually break early on if there is a problem with them which is probably what happened in your case.
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