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Old September 29th, 2006, 05:16 AM   #1
 
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Model Numbers Decoded How To

Common model convention used for the Ruger P-Series...
  • K = Stainless slide
  • P = Series
  • 95 = Year production started, except for the 345. What were they thinking?
  • D / DC = Decocker
  • T = Two tone
  • H = Factory Hogue grips
  • PR = Picatinny Rails

Examples:
P95PR - Safety w/blued slide
P95DPR - Decocker w/rails and blued slide
KP95DPR - Decocker w/Stainless slide and rails

I hope this helps you out...



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