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J did your gun reset 100% on live fire? I've had several in house that will not manually reset but run 100% when fired, these guns all had rocket triggers installed and required a little bending to get them to work right under dry fire. 2 of them never would behave right under dry fire but run 100% on live fire.

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I sent my SR9c back to Ruger this July after experiencing 15 reset failures within 600 fired rounds. They did replace the trigger bar (# 40) and the trigger bar reset (#44). I have about 300 rounds through it since it’s been returned and it’s been running 100%.

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jstanfield103 wrote:
I replaced the following in mine and polished every thing ( mostly trying to get it to reset, but also just for the improvements).

1. Galloway Striker Spring
2.Galloway SS Guide Rod Spring(love the look of this, Probably my
favorite)
3.Galloway Aluminum Striker Indicator
4.Smooth it Trigger Kit springs and polished plunger (mainly for the
Heavy trigger spring bar spring which helps pull the trigger bar.
Thought it would help the reset problem)
5.Polished the ejection port on the barrel
6. Polished all the trigger reset bar and the trigger bar, and striker.
7. Put a Ghost Rocket Trigger in it.(Polished)
8. Bent the Trigger Reset Bar to a 90 Degree angle (this is what took care
of the reset problem finally)
I am currently waiting on Galloway to make the LCI SS filler plug that he working on available , along with the SS extended Mag release.
I have put quite a bit of work into this gun but the trigger is unbelievable.
I really Love this gun and enjoyed doing the work, it is almost perfect now, at least it will be with the last two mods that I am waiting on from Galloway.



You guys just keep on 'improving' your guns until they don't work at all. If a gun was so bad that it needed that much 'improving' ... I think you'd be better off with a different gun .....

God help you if you ever get involved in a SD shooting ..... nah ... come to thing of it ... even God couldn't help you ....


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Oh no, now you did it Rev. You're gonna get poked with the poopie stick or something.

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Oh no, now you did it Rev. You're gonna get poked with the poopie stick or something.


Maybe Cheese ... that is just ridiculous .... if a gun was that bad that needs all those improvements .... it sure wouldn't be in my collection. Let alone EVER be carried for SD. A lawsuit waiting to happen.

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jstanfield103 wrote:
If you don't like what other people do, don't read about it.


If you don't want others to read and comment on your 'postings' about 'what you do' and suggest .... you should think twice about posting them ...

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jstanfield103 wrote:
Yep don't improve anything you have either


The guns I buy don't need that kind of work ... EVER ... and if they do ... which none ever have ... they would go to a qualified gunsmith or the factory to have the problem resolved .... are you a qualified gunsmith ???

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Rev, actually the SR9c is a fine gun, I'm sure you would like it a lot after firing one, not kidding.

The first one that I fired had one light primer strike in about 70 rounds. After that session I have shot that gun several times, after returning from a trip to Ruger and about five other SR9C's. I'm really impressed with the gun, I don't get it's need for all these "improvements".

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jstanfield103 wrote:
Thanks for you're non input and I am not worried about getting into a shooting.


Excellent advice from an 'EX' firearms instructor ... I bet all qualifed 'firearms instructors' tell exactly that to all their students .... 'Don't worry about getting into a shooting'.

You hold yourself out as an 'EX' firearms instructor, and tell people who most certainly know far less than you about their guns ... how to bend and modify parts of the fire control system of their guns ... without having the slightest idea of the ramifications of doing so .... and expect that nobody should comment about the folly of such actions ?

Sorry ... it doesn't work that way here.

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