Call up Ruger and ask them about it. See if they would charge you to fix it. Warranties typically only go with the original owner. Next question, has the original owner sent in warranty information with Ruger for the gun? If he hasn't maybe you can send it in. Last question, why hasn't the owner called Ruger to get his gun fixed?
As for the price being fair or not, no gun is worth money if it doesn't work. Now if its something easily solved - great. If not - no. Call Ruger. If that doesn't work, call a gunsmith in your area and see what they'll charge you to fix it and then go lower with your offer. Say, "look this is what it is going to cost me to get it to work right"
Hope that helps.
Originally Posted by DCSOXD40
My friend has a 2003 Ruger P95DC that he wants to sell. He originally gave me the gun so I could look it over as he was having some problems with it. The ejector acting wierd. He was having FTE almost every other round and I noticed that when removing the slide from the frame, the ejector will pop back up into place and prevent you from doing that. You have to push the barrel down via the ejection port, thus pushing the extractor back down into place to remove the slide. Well anywho, he wants to sell it. I offered him $260.00 for it. He said he didn't think that was a fair price. What do you guys think? Also, anyone got any ideas about the problem with the ejector? Thanks