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Old July 24th, 2012, 08:30 AM
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Default Re: Any recommendations for a Ruger SR9c?

Over 2,000 rounds through my SR9c and counting! No problems! Accurate out to 50 feet, and I'm certainly no sniper!

Got mine for $395... $450 out the door. Let me spend more on ammo. I liked the feel in my hand over the Glock 19 and S&W MP9 and some others. It's slim. My wife has fired it and can handle it. Tried and true Ruger!

It comes with a 10 round and 17 round mag. The 17 round mag makes it feel like the full-sized SR9, but I find myself using the 10 round mags always with the finger extension. Trigger is really nice too.

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Default Re: Any recommendations for a Ruger SR9c?

Bought my mother one and i think it is an outstanding firearm. It has low-recoil and a fantastic trigger and is lightweight. You can definitely get one for way less than $500 though.
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Default Re: Any recommendations for a Ruger SR9c?

Another satisfied owner. This is my first and only handgun, and I bought it specifically to carry. Lost count of rounds down the pipe but at least 1500 without any failures. I CC it with the short mag and OC it with the extended mag. I have the one with the silver slide.


I did clean the striker channel when I got it, before I shot it first. I heard the thick packing grease they ship it with can mix with grime and gum up the striker - which will then cause light strikes.

The trigger is pretty good too. It's not a match target trigger, but for an out of the box job, its decent.

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My wife has one and seems to enjoy it. Has over 1200 rounds through it so far with no issues.
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+1 on the SR9c. It's a good gun. Accurate!
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Default Re: Any recommendations for a Ruger SR9c?

I have an SR9 and love it. Just feels right in the hand. My carry is currently a Kimber Ultra but I have been rethinking that because of the round count of the SR9. Hate the magazine disconnect though, especially on a carry gun. For the money, it simply cannot be beat.
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I have an SR9 and love it. Just feels right in the hand. My carry is currently a Kimber Ultra but I have been rethinking that because of the round count of the SR9. Hate the magazine disconnect though, especially on a carry gun. For the money, it simply cannot be beat.
Mag disconnect can be removed. I removed mine after about 1-2 trips to the range. I kinda dislike the chamber loaded indicator, just because it hangs-up on re-holster. I have a leather OWB holster.
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I love mine. Have around 1600 rounds through it not 1 failure. It replaced a glock 23 ...glocks grips just dont fit my hand..better trigger than the glock, better sights(fully adjustable), grips great, about the thickness of a 1911 so relatively slim(noticably slimmer than the glocks).

I only cc(iwb only) with it in either a kydex or crossbreed holster. I never open carry dont believe in it. Very comfortable in either holster. I recomend the RMLowrider for kydex

mag disconnect removes in 30 seconds mine got taken out initial cleaning and has never gone back in. Oh i paid $405 that wss out the door.

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My friend recently took back his pf9 that he had nothing but problems with..... He got an sr9 and loves it.
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