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Yes, Take the stock off and you will see a link from the top lever to the safety. Remove this link and you have converted it to manual working.
 

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Easy job, take the rod out. I was in a hurry, and didn't even take anything apart. I cut the rod with a dremel tool and slid the pieces out.
 

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Here's where you need to work on:

Ruger RL safety off.jpg
 
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Speaking as a Ruger Armorer, I would highly suggest sending the gun back to Ruger, they will remove the auto safety feature AND give the gun a once over with any needed parts.
 

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I don't know if it is still true but if you mess with the insides of a Ruger they will void any warranty . After they where sued they where not happy about anyone playing with the insides.
 

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Speaking as a Ruger Armorer, I would highly suggest sending the gun back to Ruger, they will remove the auto safety feature AND give the gun a once over with any needed parts.
That is good to know, I never figured a manufacturer would allow any safety device to be bypassed.
 

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That is one of the few items they will modify or at least a few years ago they would modify it for somewhere around 40 or 50 dollars. And they will fix everything else that it needs normally for free.
 
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