I have had my LCP for a few years and today at the range it blew up. Yes, literally blew up. I thought I had lost a few fingers and of course this type of failure can be fatal but luckily besides some pretty serious bruising of my hand and fingers I think I am ok. I was using good ammo to, not some Russian stuff. I was using 95gr Remington brass FMJ ammo. I called Ruger and while I know they have to ask questions it seemed they were trying to shift blame to the ammo. Look, I don't need them questioning me like I am some kind of criminal(that is what I felt like) and it seemed like I would be lucky if I even got my gun replaced(it is beyond repair). I don't want to jump the gun, pardon the pun but just a little compassion would be expected. NOT ONE TIME did she say she was sorry that happened or she hoped I was ok. I am not looking for sympathy but geez, who trains these people at Ruger? So I will send it back and see what happens but I can tell you this I will be very unhappy and post on this blog, youtube and every other social media site I can find if they do not AT LEAST replace my gun. Personally I think they should replace it and throw in a box of ammo(they have a promo going on now with purchase of LCP)at a minimum. It would also be nice if they included a certificate for a discounted future Ruger gun purchase but the way I was treated on the phone call I doubt it and will be lucky to get it replaced. I am documenting everything, pictures, who I spoke to and when just in case I do have to get an attorney. I hate having to use attorneys but if Ruger does not do the right thing and replace my gun I am going to be pissed.