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I have a brand-new LCP ii 22LR, never been fired yet. I was practicing locking and unlocking the rack and all was fine. I dry-fired it once (manual says it's OK to do it), and now the slide won't rack back. Tried both with and without a magazine. Any advice? Thanks in advance.
 

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I have a brand-new LCP ii 22LR, never been fired yet. I was practicing locking and unlocking the rack and all was fine. I dry-fired it once (manual says it's OK to do it), and now the slide won't rack back. Tried both with and without a magazine. Any advice? Thanks in advance.
Call RUGER Customer service they will give you a return authorization box up the firearm send it to them and they will fix or replace your firearm. Check your safety to see if it moves from safe to fire then try retracting the slide.
 
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I have a brand-new LCP ii 22LR, never been fired yet. I was practicing locking and unlocking the rack and all was fine. I dry-fired it once (manual says it's OK to do it), and now the slide won't rack back. Tried both with and without a magazine. Any advice? Thanks in advance.
Bob what happened did you get the problem resolved with Ruger? Let us know what happened?
 

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I purchased a new LCP II 22LR in june and took it to the range July 16. I fired 4 rounds and then had a racking issue. Now the trigger goes all the way back but will not release the hammer. I sent it back to Ruger service today ( JUly 19 ). I will let you know what Ruger does to fix it.
 

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So my LCP!! .22LR has been back at Ruger service for the second time. They fixed the first issue said they fired 30 rounds with no issues. I get the gun back and tried two dry fires and the trigger mechanism again failed. SO back to Ruger it went. They have now had it for 12 working days ! I called the service department yesterda ( Aug 15 ) and it still wasnt repaired. The lady told me it's probably being looked at by an engineer because this is the second time it has been back for warrant repair. That seems ridiculous ! It is costing them more in their time and effort to repair this pistol then it would be to simply replace it.
 

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So my LCP!! .22LR has been back at Ruger service for the second time. They fixed the first issue said they fired 30 rounds with no issues. I get the gun back and tried two dry fires and the trigger mechanism again failed. SO back to Ruger it went. They have now had it for 12 working days ! I called the service department yesterda ( Aug 15 ) and it still wasnt repaired. The lady told me it's probably being looked at by an engineer because this is the second time it has been back for warrant repair. That seems ridiculous ! It is costing them more in their time and effort to repair this pistol then it would be to simply replace it.
They need to find out what the issue is and that is not going to take that long.
 
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