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I may be the only member with a Ruger SR9, but just in case:


I still carry and use mine all the time. The recall indicates that SOME of the SR9's MIGHT go off if dropped with the manual safety disengaged. Since my safety stays on unless I'm about to pull the trigger or if the gun is unloaded and ready to be broken down for cleaning, I'm not sweating the recall.

Sad thing is, internally, the trigger assembly is nearly identical to that of a Glock. Now, with this new trigger design, it's going to be even more similar. Basically, I'm going to have a Glock with a manual safety and "Ruger" on the slide.

I'm waiting for reports on how the new trigger performs. I've only seen reports from a few people who've got their guns back from Ruger.

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