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#1510855 - 07/06/19 12:20 PM Gunsmith you trust around Richmond
AllenC69 Offline
Bolt action

Registered: 07/17/11
Posts: 185
Loc: Chesterfield
City or County: Chesterfield
I have a Ruger Super Redhawk in .44 mag I acquired and it was disassembled. Got it for a sweet price so I couldnít pass it up. I had to buy the pawl spring and plunger. Assembled the cylinder and then the trigger assembly into the frame and I cannot pull the trigger. Something is keeping it from pulling and Iím not sure what. No need to finish the assembly till this is worked out.
My question is who do you trust around Richmond to work on your firearms?
Thanks for reading

#1510871 - 07/06/19 01:26 PM Re: Gunsmith you trust around Richmond [Re: AllenC69]
nvcdl Offline
Full Auto

Registered: 04/03/13
Posts: 1558
City or County: Fairfax
I'd send it in to Ruger and ask them to get it sorted out.

#1511008 - 07/06/19 07:43 PM Re: Gunsmith you trust around Richmond [Re: AllenC69]
FastEddy Offline
Not a Picture of Me, OK!

Registered: 10/09/15
Posts: 120
Loc: Virginia
City or County: Quantico
^^^ Like nvcdl says - Iíd call Ruger. Just saw where a guy didnít like his DAO SP101. He called Ruger & they converted it back to traditional and re-polished it for nada dinero ...