Should I worry or not
I have a Ruger P95 DC that is one of my best shooting 9mm. About 6 months back I took it apart and when I put it back together the slide got stuck and would not move. I had to take a tool that had a hook on the back of it and move the ejector downward again through the magazine well with a lot of pull on the slide, I was able to open the slide again. (Please note that the ejector was down when I put the slide back on) This kept happening until my son told me that you have to make sure when you’re reassembling that everything is lined up perfectly. Then when I took it to the range I started having jams and the last one feed the bullet and the slide did not close all the way. It had a ½ inch to go. The slide would not move in either direction. I know a bullet is in there so I take it to a couple gun shops and they were afraid to deal with it so when I got home I put it in a vise that let me close it all the way. It’s still frozen at this point so I take it to the range and shoot the dam thing and everything was fine. I shot two mags and had one jam. There was a bullet already fired in the chamber and one half way out the mag. The slide stayed open. That’s the type of jam I’ve been getting.
I will never carry this gun but it is one of my favorite range guns. All I shoot out of it are reload so I do plan on buying a box of 100 wins and shoot those to see if I still have a problem. If I do I think I should send it back and have Ruger take a look. Has anyone have this problem yet??
I would empty the gun and take it to a good gunsmith or send it back to Ruger and let one of them fix it right. Good luck.
Find some one to fix your gun before some thing really messes up.
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