Ruger 10/22 Anything about the Ruger 10/22 family of rifles.

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Old 06-03-2004, 18:07   #1
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I just took apart my 10/22 to clean it...then i put it back together like normal. When i went to shoot it, it would fire the first round, eject the shell, and put a new round in the chamber...but the second round will not fire. Its like the gun wont cock itself with each shot. Has anyone else had this problem? How do i fix it...i want my semi-auto 10/22 back not this one shot wonder.
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Old 06-03-2004, 19:05   #2
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You tried to re-cock it and fire again right? Could be a crap box of ammo and you're getting misfires, though I doubt it. Maybe check to be sure the springs are all in right..?
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Did the llittle spring fall out when you removed the trigger group? It just lays in there, and if your not careful it will simply fall out.
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If all you did was take it apart, and not replace any parts, check the disconnect spring is installed properly, and the trigger spring. If these are week (short). Measure and stretch a little. Reinstall, and check again.
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I had a problem with my 10/22 not recocking. It turned out that one of the two trigger group pins had room to wiggle in my Choate pistol grip stock and had backed out part way. It was making the trigger not reset. I put the pin back in and peened it with a punch and hammer so it wouldn't wiggle and all is fine.

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