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Another SR 22 issue: the takedown lever

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  1. #11 Re: Another SR 22 issue: the takedown lever 
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    WOW.. Not what we have grown used to from Ruger CS. I've done business with their CS Folks since 2009. Only had one bad time. Called back and a second CS Rep straightened it out. Good luck.
    I don't carry a weapon and look for trouble, I carry one just in case trouble finds me.
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  2. #12 Re: Another SR 22 issue: the takedown lever 
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    If you go to Rugers wed site and scroll to the bottom of the page you will see "Tell the CEO". You can complain to him directly if you thing you have a real gripe.
    However, I think I would first call again and hopefully get a different response from a different CS Rep.
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    To put the cherry on the story...
    I called CS again and they offered the rest of the takedown assy parts "If I need them" it was no big deal to pin the parts together.
    Sometimes genius is to make things very simple. My son did do the smithing job, pulling the frame out, however only after wrapping everything in a towel. The spring did jump. .. only into the towel.
    Then it was quick work to put the lever and spring in, reset the frame and pin it together.
    I put 50 rounds in this morning and I remembered why I like this gun so much. It's a joy to shoot. The lever may have been cracked a while before letting go and diminished it's performance. Today was, as stated, a joy to shoot.

    I still like Ruger Customer Service, but my past expectations. .. well, not so much any more.

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  5. #14 Re: Another SR 22 issue: the takedown lever 
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    Its kind of scary to think that the takedown lever might break while shooting. I/you would think that Ruger would change the material that these are made of if there is a slight chance that it might break. Are they waiting on a law suit before they make the change? Personally I have ordered the Twin Tech replacement and have not even received my SR22 yet. Better be safe than sorry later.....
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