Defect in workmanship SR9c
I just picked up a brand new Ruger SR9c last night. When I opened the case at the dealer the gun was in a plastic bag. It was also heavily coated in oil. Got it home and cleaned it up both inside and out. That's when I noticed one of the grooves in the slide had this real rough finish to it. I did some machining about 30 years ago and remember seeing this. Caused by either a dull cutting tool, cutting too fast or the piece not secure when cutting. Anyway, I think the gun is beautiful except for this obvious flaw. There's a similar problem on the other side but not as bad. What do you think I should do? Ignore it and just start pumping rounds through it or go back to Ruger and try to get it replaced? Should I demand perfection? It
is only a carry gun. It's for protection not a show piece. Let me know what you think I should do. Thx.