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I am begining to dislike semi-autos . My new 9mm will not feed the rounds after about 90 or so run thru . I even ask the gun store/range to try to fire it and no worky for them . Well i'll disassemble clean and try again or should i just send it back to Ruger and let them have it a month or two . Or maybe revolvers are more my speed.
 

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If you've tried some different ammunitions and other shooters have the same issues you are having, I'd definitely send the gun back to Ruger and let them have a look at it. It's most certainly not normal, nor is it acceptable. Revolvers are great, but they do have their downside and I would hate to think that a malfunctioning pistol would cause you to write off all semi-automatic pistols.

Also, did you try both mags and get the same result? If not, change mags and see what that does. Could be a mag issue and that's a lot cheaper to address than shipping the entire firearm back home for a looksee.
 

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Yes i tried the Lg and Sm capacity mags with the same results . I did pass 2 different ammo in it but i put the ammo aside that misfeed and tried a different batch.
 

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Yes i tried the Lg and Sm capacity mags with the same results . I did pass 2 different ammo in it but i put the ammo aside that misfeed and tried a different batch.
Ok, if it's happening with different mags and you get the same feed problems with different brands of ammunition, then I'd put in a call to Ruger. They, as I understand it, take care of their customers...
 
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