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Just got this gun, and I'm experiencing many FTF. I pulled out the barrel and it appears that the barrel was mot drilled in the center of the breech block, it is off to the right about 1/32-1/16", wondering if that is the cause of my many FTF's.
I try once more, and then contact Ruger c/s.
 

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Just got this gun, and I'm experiencing many FTF. I pulled out the barrel and it appears that the barrel was mot drilled in the center of the breech block, it is off to the right about 1/32-1/16", wondering if that is the cause of my many FTF's.
I try once more, and then contact Ruger c/s.
The LCP22's seem to have a lot of issues if you read the problems people have with them on the other Ruger forum I would not want to buy one. Just call Ruger CS and tell them you want to send it back. Hopefully they will be able to fix the issue for you or give you another gun. Good luck.
 

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Just got this gun, and I'm experiencing many FTF. I pulled out the barrel and it appears that the barrel was mot drilled in the center of the breech block, it is off to the right about 1/32-1/16", wondering if that is the cause of my many FTF's.
I try once more, and then contact Ruger c/s.
When you reference FTF, is that concerning "failures to feed", or "failures to fire"? Does the firing pin hit the center of the primer OK? Neither of the "FTF's" would be caused by the existing conditions as you describe.
Pictures always help with an accurate diagnosis of some problems, especially involving a post.
Does the pistol fire and function otherwise?
 
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