I am such meathead...please help..ruger p95

I am such meathead...please help..ruger p95

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    I am such meathead...please help..ruger p95

    geez... maybe i shoulda bought a revolver.. got a new P95 at the gunshow yesterday.. took it home and disasemled it to clean ou the gunk.. instead of reading the directions I proceeded to atempt to reassemble it.. well i am not sure what i did .. may have even pulled the trigger in my frustration but now I cant get the slide back far enough to put the slide stop in and i also cant get the slide back off of the gun.. the slide is in a normal position with the barrel and spring rod sticking out about an inch or so..WHAT AN IDIOT!!!!.. thanks for any advice


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    I would suggest starting by editing your title before a mod comes along and nails you. Fast. Mind your tongue around here.

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    I don't think you can edit your own headline.

    Sorry OP, I don't own a p95. I'd attempt a youtube or google search.
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    Quote Originally Posted by multistage View Post
    I would suggest starting by editing your title before a mod comes along and nails you. Fast. Mind your tongue around here.
    UH..OH... thanks for the headsup.. I guess I am tooo used to how people talk on motorcycle forums.. tried to edit it and or delete it but to no avail.. hope I am not in toooo much trouble.. please accept my apologies moderators and anyone i may have offended

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    You can indeed fix your own title as long as you do so within a SHORT amount of time from original posting. Go to edit, the go advance....
    Last edited by SIXTO; February 12th, 2012 at 10:23 PM.
    "Just blame Sixto"

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    What's a "shirt" amount of time?

    5...10 minutes?

    I would rather stand against the cannons of the wicked than against the prayers of the righteous.


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    A"shirt amount of time" is how long it takes the average adult "all thumbs" male to put on a long sleeve button down freshly dry-cleaned & heavily starched dress shirt including the cuff buttons - after downing 8 shots of Tequila in combination with 2 quick beers.

    SIXTO - You do know that you can edit your post to correct that spelling error

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    Yeah, I know... But I have to be around to do so. Did you know that you could have fixed it too?
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    Yes, but I am to be held "blameless" because I didn't even notice it until AFTER HotGuns didn't fix it when he could have fixed it.

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    Yeah,but then it wouldn't be as much fun harassing you...
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    OK OK.....let's just put the blame RIGHT WHERE IT BELONGS ~~ on SIXTO.

    Everybody else is doing it.

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    Yes, all the cool kids are these days.


    To help out the OP, lightly tap the slide forward with a rubber mallet. This will free the slide and try again. Also, there is a bail in the magazine well, make sure this is pushed downward before reassembly. And if that doesn't work, call Ruger and tell them I broke it. They'll put it on my tab.
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