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locked up p-95 help please

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by wasr10634unme, Jun 10, 2012.

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  1. wasr10634unme

    wasr10634unme Member

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    just sold a good friend a ruger p-95dc showed him how to strip and reassmble and wasnt watching what he did and now the pistol is locked up something awful 120610-213011.jpg

    any help would be greatly appreciated
     
  2. wasr10634unme

    wasr10634unme Member

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    wow

    thanks for all the replies lol

    figured it out. used a paper clip to move the ejector out of the way of the slide through the magazine well and the slide came off

    reason for the problem was an upside down guide rod
     
  3. lateapex31

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    Dang that is good to know! I almost did the same thing once but noticed before putting the slide back on the frame. Thanks for sharing so we can all learn from your experiences.
     
  4. Lonerider357

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    Been there...done that!!! Had to call Ruger and the woman I told what it was doing...after she stopped laughing she told me how to fix it:banghead:
     
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    You never sell a P95, you will just buy another later on.
     
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    I did the same thing to mine once. Ended up using a dental pick to carefully pull down the take-down lever and get it apart. Had me panicked for a second though.
     
  7. Yarddog

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    "[I did the same thing to mine once. Ended up using a dental pick to carefully pull down the take-down lever and get it apart.]"

    That;s Why I keep one in my range bage, Lucky Ive not had to use it but once ; )
    Y/D
     
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    THR is not a live help chat room.........
     
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