tomf":1qmuwlho said:Alot of that is popping up on the SR9. Makes me nervous, I just bought one and have not picked it up yet.
jhearne":3j48mhc9 said:What happened? Just routine shooting, or was the barrel dropped or something? Least Ruger will take care of it though.
jhearne":wbgckmkq said:Odd that it did that during shooting, there's a pretty good bit of clearance in those lugs/slots IIRC, makes me wonder if something got in and obstructed it maybe. Sucks that it happened though.
Pro_Angler":1ykv8dzh said:I was gonna get one this week for my wife but it seems as though this is a POS gun.
I posted a similar problem. Mine didn't chip, it gouged, but it was in the same place on the barrel hood.jhearne":3h9uiwcv said:tomf":3h9uiwcv said:Alot of that is popping up on the SR9. Makes me nervous, I just bought one and have not picked it up yet.
What's popping up? Pieces chipping off of the Barrel? Please explain, this is the first case I've seen of it, but there are only a few 'major' concerns when it comes to the SR9.
That is the standard lawyer mantra from all the gunmakers. None of them want to be liable for some yahoo with super hot reloads.brickman7":2l08s58q said:Are any of yall shooting reloads? Ruger states the SR9 will handle any commercial rounds....but not reloads...
brickman7":1dnfdakm said:Are any of yall shooting reloads? Ruger states the SR9 will handle any commercial rounds....but not reloads...I keep a close eye on mine and I haven't seen even the slightest evidence of pratically any use on mine, and I shoot the #$%^ out of mine...but not with reloads....