Re: Is it common to have bad machining on GP100?
From what I can see from the photos it looks like a bit of sloppy machining and sloppier quality control. Not used to seeing this from Ruger, but from what I've been seeing lately from all manufactured products, you're lucky it has all the pieces. There seems to be no excellence in the workplace any more. I think it has something to do with the modern trend to give everyone who ran in the race a medal. Another socialist scheme to make us all equally dumb.