Originally Posted by Paul53
Guess they don't like people named Paul!
Ruger P95 bought NIB. Wouldn't fire more than 2 or 3 rounds before jamming or stove piping, tried several different brands of ammo with same result.
Called Ruger, gruff service rep said send it back (I didn't know to ask for a shipping label). They replaced some parts, sent it back with the same problem.
So back it goes, back it comes with a note "within specs."
Still untrustworthy, I sold it for a song to a gunsmith.
Left a bad taste in my mouth about Ruger. It was the first gun I owned, but I learned to shoot courtesy of the NM Corrections Dept, so it wasn't limp wristing.
I have had to send five of my revolvers back for various issues. Ruger took care of everything. I just wish that I didn't have to send any brand new gun back for QAQC issues. Even my Tauruses have not had gotten sent back.
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