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Old November 6, 2012, 05:39 AM   #10
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I had that problem in 1976. Something was keeping the spring from pushing the firing pin out such that it would hang under the firing pin. If you pointed it straight up in the air gravity would allow you to cock it. Nothing that couldn't be fixed but it's just a poor design that violates the KISS principle and fixes something that was not broken to start with. I no longer have any new model Rugers and thus no longer have that problem to worry about. The lawyers can buy those I would have bought because I refuse to have it that way.
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