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Old January 11th, 2019, 08:26 PM   #76
 
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Have an SR9, SR9c, SR40, SR40c, SR9e and an SR45 and love all of them. Great guns to shoot and maintain, along with my P95's. I have the LCP Custom and LC9s and they have been good guns, no issues, but the SR's are better made and fun to shoot.



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Old January 13th, 2019, 03:13 AM   #77
 
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I hate to see this but understand they need to consolidate their lineup. I bought one of the first, pre-trigger safety SR9's when they came out. To be honest, that gun sucked. Terrible trigger with loads of potential with the rest of the design. After the upgrade to the trigger they got it right.

For me, this gun just fits my hand so perfectly. When not carrying my Kimber Micro 9, I carry a full size SR9. So much firepower in that thin grip. It is my favorite, and only, striker fired plastic gun and I have tried many.
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SR might come back

They might being doing a upgrade.As for me I love my 40c
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Old February 13th, 2019, 09:28 AM   #79
 
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I've been completely happy with my SR40. It was the first gun I bought in 30 years.
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It's not going away. That was just some well placed misinformation.


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Liked the lc380 after trigger job wish I still had it.
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The SR9C was my first purchase back in 2013 and I still have it. Hoped in vain for a SR45C.
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Sad to see the go. Iíve had the SR9 for several years now and live it. Will be interesting to see what they come up with next.
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I just purchased a SR40c this morning. It's a sister to my SR9c, hope it shoots as good. The price on the SR9c has went up quite a bit since the SR series has been dropped. I think my SR9c has the best trigger of any gun I own.
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Sad to see the go. Iíve had the SR9 for several years now and live it. Will be interesting to see what they come up with next.
Ruger has already "....come up with next". The American pistol series.
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Sad if true. I would take an SR over the American series any day of the week and twice on Sunday.

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Shame...Iíll never part with my SR9C.
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I had an SR9c.... great trigger, to many safeties and takedown sucked. It was also a bit thin in the grip. I like the RAPc better overall.
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I had an SR9c.... great trigger, to many safeties and takedown sucked. It was also a bit thin in the grip. I like the RAPc better overall.
Too many safeties. Lol, Take down sucks? Lol it is a piece of cake to take down. You mean You had problems with the take down. And for Gosh sake, how often do you take it down, other than cleaning when you get back from the range. Hardly thin at the grip, it is not a LC9s. And he comes with a additional back strap. How thick do you want it?
Rap? my gosh, look at the weight comparison. Sorry, I love the SR9C, one of the best Ruger has ever made.
If you are or never trained with a safety then ok. You do not have to use it if you simply do not put it on safety. Chamber indicator, no problem. Never once had a issue with that, and if you want, easy to remove or get a kit.
FYI, many accidental shooting were because the shooter thought his gun was un- loaded. Humans get distracted. Yes I like the indicator. Just a small little extra safety,no big dea.

What you are not talking about is the great quality of this firearm. Solid, seriously built like a tank. MILD to shoot, reliability and on and on.
One of the best Firearms in it's class.
SR9C at less than 24oz. Mild, rugged, and can shoot a 17 round magazine. Does not get better than this!

Show me the money. The SR9 will run as good or better as any gun in its class all day long.


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Have the 9E, SR-22, SR-45. All keepers. Going to range tomorrow with them and run them through their paces.
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