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Old March 18, 2013, 04:01 PM   #4
oldgunsmith
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Remove the grip to see if the plunger that holds the guard ass'y. in place is out all the way. Rap the rear of the guard soundly with something that won't leave a mark on it. A nylon hammer works best, but the butt end of a large screwdriver handle will work. That should close up the gap. If it doesn't, or if it happens again, it might be time to have someone that is familiar with Ruger DA's look at it.
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