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Ruger Massive Gun recall for Unintentional Discharge

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Gun owners across the country understand the gun safety is a must.

Having a gun is an American right thanks to the second amendment and legal gun owners use safety in precautions anytime they handle a weapon. Recently one of Americans largest gun manufacturers, Ruger, has to announce a massive recall when it came to light that a certain model has the potential to unintentionally discharge if the safety feature isn’t a hundred percent engaged.

Via Silence is Constant:

Ruger, one of America’s most popular gun manufacturers, has recently discovered that all Mark IV pistols (including 22/45 models) manufactured prior to June 1, 2017 have the potential to discharge unintentionally if the safety is not properly engaged.

If the trigger is pulled, while the safety lever is in between “safety,” and “fire,” the gun may not fire properly. If the safety is then fully engaged into the “fire,” option, it may or may not discharge.

Although there haven’t been any reported injuries, Ruger is offering to retrofit all “potentially defective,” pistols with an updated safety mechanism…at no charge to you.

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At least this company decided to inform the public before anything potentially fatal occurred.

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