Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by wgp, Apr 28, 2021.
Trigger is pretty good, sights are good and it shoots where you point it.
If that happens to you, it's an easy fix... take the top half off the frame, then bend the ejector slightly inward towards the bolt path with a pair of pliers. You want to move it about a millimeter, and you want to do it gently because it's a thin piece of sheet metal. Take a multi-tool and an 1/8" hex wrench with you the first time you go out and shoot it, if your pistol acts up you can fix it on the spot.
Once that got corrected, the Victory turned into a really accurate shooter that ran bulk pack ammo no problem.
I like the Ruger more but would be happy with either. They're more alike than they are different.
Prior to shooting the Ruger - I did the same thing with the Victory, and it was easier due to the better stock trigger.
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