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Old January 20th, 2009, 02:47 AM   #1
 
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The offical " links for ruger accessories thread"

I'm a newb here but through my searches I haven't ran across any link threads showing all the cool stuff or good deals we all have run across.If there is one,please feel free to delete!!! I'll start it off with a few I spend most of my paychecks at!!!
http://www.ajaxgrips.com/ajax/default?set=17
http://www.ableammo.com/
http://www.cheaperthandirt.com/
http://www.midwayusa.com/


These are the cheapest Houge's I have found for the p90

http://www.manventureoutpost.com/out...oducts_id=5591

These are awesome for .22's
http://www.shop.true-shottargets.com/main.sc

Please feel free to add any links you want......I'm sure we all are always looking for the best deals and the newest accessories to make these guns our own,at least I know I am!!! I hope starting this thread just makes the researching a little eaiser!!



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Old January 20th, 2009, 03:13 AM   #2
 
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Good idea,

as such, the P-Series doesn't have the great variety of "goodies" that other makes/models of handguns seem to. Maybe cause it was born w/o the need of many? In a way, it is a shame, as they deserve more, IMO, as any SIG, Beretta, M-1911-type [too keep the whole industry who makes 1911s in one mention] and so on.

The Polymer-frame P-Series don't seem to have/need many "accessories"

Magazines
Ammo
Hogue slip-on sleeve
Aftermarket Sights
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Old January 20th, 2009, 04:57 AM   #3
 
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yup,I agree completely.Well,you know there are so many sites out there with high cap mags,houge's,lasers,ammo,and so on..... but I'm just trying to see what other people out there have come across, as in good deals,fast shipping,unique stuff I may have had no idea was available.I've started threads like this on other forums and they have always turned into multiple page's of useful info for new guy's aswell as the veterans.I guess we will see what happens!
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I would REALLY like to find a place to buy spare extractors for the P-95!! I called for one over a week ago. He took all of the info, incl. the ser. #. I waited patiently. Called back today, in what ended up being a 2 hr fiasco, and the woman promised that it was being taken care of THIS time. She checked, and there was no record of the first promise. If Ruger can't offer decent service, I can do without them!!!!!!!!!
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That sucks.What kind of customer sevice is that? They must be busy with all the sr9 and lcp recall's.....LOL
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I don't have a link, but, since this about accessories---I was at Academy today and noticed they had ProMag 15 round magazines for the P90. They were $19.99 each
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I really wonder why you don't see the same aftermarket support for Ruger as for Glock. Maybe because Ruger is so uppity about having things fit at the factory? I would really like to see aftermarket replacements for the things that people complain about with the P series, like magazine retainer mechanisms, EXTRACTORS, ported barrels and so forth. The P series is a stout platform.
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I really wonder why you don't see the same aftermarket support for Ruger as for Glock. Maybe because Ruger is so uppity about having things fit at the factory? I would really like to see aftermarket replacements for the things that people complain about with the P series, like magazine retainer mechanisms, EXTRACTORS, ported barrels and so forth. The P series is a stout platform.
It's because Rugers are "those ghetto guns", actually. They're the #1 police trainee weapon because they're accurate and reliable but they're pretty much all sold right afterward for the current gucci "more cooler" euro guns.

It's a status thing...
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