Ruger 57 Unsafe for Carry

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oldhunter1954
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Ruger 57 Unsafe for Carry

Post by oldhunter1954 » 16 Jul 2022, 13:38

Ruger 57 Unsafe for Carry by Jay Wolf Pr./CEO Elite Ammunition. Has anyone watched this video about the Ruger 57 being unsafe to carry? Jay Wolf is very adamant about Ruger stating not to carry with one in the chamber. I believe a lot of other gun manufacturers state the same thing. He also talks about the Ruger 57 not being drop safe? Most of the time I carry using an M-Tac Tactical Bag Shoulder Chest Pack with Sling.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tN4gQnv ... 11&t=1381s

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Re: Ruger 57 Unsafe for Carry

Post by Buffman » 19 Jul 2022, 18:59

I refuted EA's test with my own. YMMV.

https://youtu.be/Jt5IFUJhh80

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Re: Ruger 57 Unsafe for Carry

Post by panzermk2 » 20 Jul 2022, 11:26

Buffman wrote:
19 Jul 2022, 18:59
I refuted EA's test with my own. YMMV.

https://youtu.be/Jt5IFUJhh80

No you did not. You drop tested the gun.

That does NOT change the fact that the safety levers DO NOT lock the hammer when it's cocked and there is NO passive
firing pin block.
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Re: Ruger 57 Unsafe for Carry

Post by Buffman » 25 Jul 2022, 19:14

i mean we will haven't had any reports of the guns firing when dropped. I am in full agreement that it needs fp block, but Ruger going to Ruger

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