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Old December 15th, 2010, 06:21 AM   #1
 
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Anyone have any info on the Ruger Black Ice 9mm model 3320? Is this a new model and how does it differ from the SR9? It is being offered by a few of the online dealers but no info on Ruger's site. I am currently trying to decide between SR9 and SR9c and then I find the Black Ice. Any info will be greatly appreciated.



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What sites are offering this Black Ice 9mm?
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I have never handeled or shot a Sr9 but purchased and put 700 rounds threw my Sr9c and love it. I carry my Sr9c iwb any time I can't pocket carry my lcr. With all that said of all my guns my Sr9c is the most accurate semi auto I own that includes a xd45 P95 bersa thunder 380 and walther p22. I hate to say it but more accurate then my sp and lcr. It is a dead ass accurate gun. Hell if you were in se down river area I would let you shoot mine. pm me if you are interested.
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Anyone have any info on the Ruger Black Ice 9mm model 3320? Is this a new model and how does it differ from the SR9? It is being offered by a few of the online dealers but no info on Ruger's site. I am currently trying to decide between SR9 and SR9c and then I find the Black Ice. Any info will be greatly appreciated.
It appears to be a special edition which is only different cosmetically. I think it looks kind of silly. The reason I bought the blackened slide model instead of the stainless is because the corny looking lettering was less visible. This "Black Ice" thing is worse than the stainless.
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Thanks for the offer jralston78 but I have a great indoor range close to me and they have an excellent selection of rental guns.
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