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    ruger sr9c

    anyone have any expierience with a ruger sr9c?
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    Quote Originally Posted by mikey1212 View Post
    anyone have any expierience with a ruger sr9c?
    It's a nice pistol, but I don't like how it feels.
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    I'm with Fiction Pimp. I don't like the ergonomics of the series, but I haven't heard anything bad about them from people who do.
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    I don't like the SR9c but do love the full sized.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gezere View Post
    I don't like the SR9c but do love the full sized.
    I'd be interested in reading a more detailed review of the ruger SR9, as well as your thoughts on how it compares to other common pistols in terms of accuracy, ergonomics, field stripping and cleaning, etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seasonal Affective Disorder View Post
    I'd be interested in reading a more detailed review of the ruger SR9, as well as your thoughts on how it compares to other common pistols in terms of accuracy, ergonomics, field stripping and cleaning, etc.

    If you have time. I know you officers are busy and all.
    I've only had the SR9 less than a month. I got it after visiting a buddy in Arkansas who bought one as his carry pistol.

    So far I have only put about 200 rounds through it.
    Accuracy wise its pretty spot on. Its as accurate as both my 9mm Jericho 941s (semi compact and compact) and both are very accurate pistols. Next time I shoot it I will post pics of the shot groups.
    Has the same safety features as a Glock plus a manual safety.
    Ergonomics is why I picked it over the SR9c. Both are good guns but the compact didn't sit right in my hands. The full sized feels great. The manual safety is easy to manipulate as well as the magazine release.
    Field stripping and cleaning is not big issue and is similar to most other strike fire pistols.
    Lastly its CHEAP! compared to similar pistols like Glocks, and XDs. I bought mine for $375. Most places I have seen it going for $360 ~450 although he MSRP is listed at $525 I haven't seen it sold for that at any gun store I have been to. Even on Gunbroker you will find them in the $300~400 range new.

    Well that's my rambling. Its a good pistol for a good price and I am liking it more than my Glock but not as much as my Jerichos because those are my babies and they are steel frame while the SR9 is a Polymer frame with steel slide. Does that matter, no. The Jericho is heavier and I have fantasies of pistol whipping someone with them one day. (Don't judge me!)
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