I'm getting ready to send my little pocket canon back to Ruger for the recall. Has anyone got their's back, if so how does it compare to before the recall, especially trigger pull?
When you say replacement,do you mean that the gun you received is not the same serial # that you sent in?C/O said:I got a replacement lcp last week with all the fixes. No real difference that I can tell in the trigger pull. I have not had a chance to get to the range, but it hand cycles very well. I will post more after I go to the range.
Here I am on this thread as requestedOoben said:Hi JJK, welcome to the forum! I have a favor I need to ask you, would you make a post on this thread about your LCP?JJK said:Hello all - Nice forum you have here - I've been lurking for a few weeks. I ordered my LCP about 3 weeks ago - #18 on the dealer back order list. I almost bought the Kel tec. Well today was the day - They got about 80 of them - all new from factory "recall completed” sn 370x guns. 279.00 out the door. It could be a good Christmas for you guys that are waiting.
Now for some accessories!
I have a few questions I would like to ask you, but I would rather do it on that thread.
370.xxx with a diamond stamp - apperently all of them (this dealer) are like this.Ooben said:Hey, thanks JJK! What I wanted to know is the pistol you have numbered 370-XXXX with the diamond stamped on it or is it numbered #371-XXXX?
All I can say is a ton of bricks is a whole lot of ammo, maybe not rapid fire, but effective non the less with good brick placement....RobR369 said:I cant hardly wait until I get mine back, I must have got used to the size and lightness of the LCP, since I sent it back, I started carrying my G19 again. Man, it feels like Im carrying a ton of bricks.
Sleep??? I'm missing your point and no, I never said it was part of the recall... what I said is that it "seemed" lighter, smoother and not as long of a pull.jocko said:AZ, I bet you have just sleep awhile while your little lcp was being repaired. I just don't think Ruger did one thing to the trigger pull lenght or poundage.
My question to you is can you now "not short stroke it" like us used to be able to do on the lcp By that I mean before if you short stroked it, you at least had to rerack the slide at least a 1/4" to reset the hammer block.
did they send that new serial numbered lcp directly back to you or did you have to go through a FFL dealer to reresigter it???C/O said:MNBud, yes, I got a new LCP with a new serial number.