April 14th, 2008

Ruger Recalls SR9 Pistols

In 2007, Ruger launched its new polymer-framed, SR9™ striker-fired 9mm pistol designed to compete with the Glock, Springfield XP, and S&W MP handguns. The gun was slim, with a comfortable grip. Unfortunately, Ruger has “determined that some Ruger SR9 pistols manufactured between October 2007 and April 2008 can, under certain conditions, fire if dropped with their manual safeties in the ‘off’ or ‘fire’ position.” Accordingly, Ruger has issued an SR9 Recall Notice.

To correct the problem, a new trigger group must be fitted by Ruger. If you own an SR9, submit contact info on Ruger’s SR9 Recall Registration Page. Once you register, Ruger will send you a shipping label and shipping box so you can return your pistol to us FREE of charge. After installing the new trigger group, Ruger will return the pistol (at no charge), along with FREE extra magazine.

For more details, or to submit your info by phone, call the SR9 Recall Hotline, 1-800-784-3701.

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