Posted August 10, 2017 10:14 am by Comments

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Ruger has announced what it’s terming a “safety bulletin”—not a recall—for certain Ruger Precision Rifles.

According to the press release, the issue here is that some Ruger Precision Rifles might experience interference between the aluminum bolt shroud and the cocking piece, also known as the firing pin back. In the rare instance where this occurs, the interference disrupts the firing mechanism and causes it not to function properly. This could potentially lead to light primer strikes, or in extreme cases, the rifle might not fire when the trigger is pulled. If this happens, the rifle may fire when the bolt handle is lifted.

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