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DaBurna
01-24-2012, 00:09
I plan on seeing how the repair went... They changed the extractor and fired 42 rounds of Black Hills 90gr JHPs thru her. Both Mags reportedly functioned fine!
I plan on running 50 rounds of fiocchi jhp tomorrow and 2 mags of Hornady Critical Defense to see how she runs!! Wish me luck!!:cool:

http://glocktalk.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1390684

smitty704
01-24-2012, 04:41
Good luck brother. I love my LCP, it is ALWAYS with me. My G19 is my EDC, but I can't carry it at work, a little too big. So the LCP is always going along for the ride. 207 rou ds so far with no hiccups.

Hope it runs good for since it came back from AZ.

smitty

4 glocks
01-24-2012, 08:52
I am sure it will work fine.

Paul7
01-24-2012, 10:50
Good luck, mine went back to the factory three times before they gave up and sent me a refund.

never enough
01-24-2012, 11:21
close to 2k rds through mine and still works fine for me

DaBurna
02-11-2012, 19:01
Finally just got around to running some ammo thru LCP after it got back to me from the factory! It is fixed seemingly...I even ran 50 rounds of Fiocchi 90gr. JHP thru it NO HICCUPS!! *Suspense Music* My normal SD load, Critical Defense ran like a champ (as expected). All in All...I'm pleased! I hate it'd came downto sending it back to Ruger, but the made it RIGHT!

mdalle01
02-11-2012, 19:06
Got my LCP back from Ruger a couple weeks ago and they replaced my extractor as well. I ran about 200 rounds through her with various types of ammo with no problems. Looks like it's good to go now.

SevenSixtyTwo
02-11-2012, 19:13
My wife's also went back for the extractor issue. It was a fix on a production run for spent shells ejecting too far from the gun. The result was FTE's. So now ours has a very aggressive ejector again. Works great! Here's a pic of the original ejector. You can see where the brass circle of the spent round would miss the ejector altogether.