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Ruger SR9c Compact Semi-Auto Pistol - Stainless Steel

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Description
Cartridge or Gauge
Finish
Stock Color
Other specs Quantity Price & availability

9mm

Stainless Steel

Synthetic Black

Barrel Length:
3.5"

Round Capacity:
17 + 1

Hand:
Ambidextrous

Gun Weight:
23.4 oz.

MA, MD Compliant

9mm

Stainless Steel

Synthetic Black

Barrel Length:
3.5"

Round Capacity:
10 + 1

Hand:
Ambidextrous

Gun Weight:
23.4 oz.

The RugerĀ® SR9cĀ® Compact Semi-Auto Pistol provides shooters with a low-maintenance, rugged, and reliable concealed carry handgun. The SR9c has a stainless steel slide, with front and rear serrations to provide a positive grip when loading or unloading the pistol. To ensure reliable operation with a shorter barrel and slide, the SR9c (Compact) uses a dual captured recoil spring and guide rod. With its lightweight, slim design, the SR9c semi-automatic pistol is comfortable for concealed carry all day, with most any type of clothing. Its ergonomic grip has an easily reversible backstrap that allows shooters the choice of a curved or straight backstrap. The SR9 features a structurally rigid, glass-filled nylon grip frame that reduces recoil and enhances handgun control, and the front of the frame has a built-in Picatinny rail for modern handgun accessories. The high-visibility 3-Dot sight system provides quick and easy target acquisition, with adjustment for elevation and windage. A loaded chamber indicator can be seen or felt, providing confirmation of a loaded or empty chamber. The Ruger SR9c Compact Semi-Auto Pistol has an ambidextrous manual safety and magazine release that are easily reached and actuated during stressful situations. Comes with one 10-round, flush-fitting magazine, and one 17-round magazine with a grip extension. State compliant model comes with two 10-round magazines. Made in USA.

Ruger SR9c Luger Compact Pistol 4.4 5 9 9
Great Value I'm fairly new to shooting but the sr9c has got me hooked! Its a great value. I've read several negative reviews about lemons or issues with first runs. mine has not given me any trouble but i did follow online advice and took the striker out and cleaned it real well along w the rest of the gun before shooting it much. The grips are comfortable, the sights are really nice. nicer than a friends meprolights on his m&p. I really like the magazine extension but one extra magazine and a grip extension is fairly high. Really appreciate the ease of use and breakdown. ive fired close to 500 rounds in the past 2 months. its a really fun to shoot. August 20, 2012
Pros and Cons Overall, a great little gun. Love the adjustable sights. Elevation is a simple indexed turn of a screw. Windage is a little trickier. After going through the motions of sighting in, I am grouping 1" at 25' and 2.5" at 50' consistently. I have put over 2000 rounds threw this gun (shoot about 200 a week) and I have to say I haven't had a single issue with ammo feeds and I have used ever type of load with the exception of the 145 grain rounds. I've been shooting whatever is on sale and this gun could care less. Be sure to clean your gun before using it the first time. Misfires are a common complaint but seems to be due to the heavy grease applied at Ruger. Cleaning it first will prevent this problem. I have had a total of 3 misfires and they were all from the same box of ammo. Reviews I read before my purchase said they loved the trigger on the SR9c but I am less of a fan. Feels a bit gritty to me, has a long draw which I don't mind. I would say it is a fair trigger, not the best. There is a $20 mod available that others say lightens the pull to 3.5 lbs and smooths out the pull. Over all, very reliable, easy field strip, shoots any type of ammo, adjustable sights, adjustable grip, 10 round and 17 round mag in a compact that shoots 1" groups for half the money of a Glock. January 10, 2013
Nice CC gun I bought this after getting a little nervous with my G26 because of the lack of a thumb safety. I didn't feel comfortable carrying it with one in the chamber. Maybe it is just me, but I feel much more comfortable with the SR9c, and it is a little slimmer making it easier to conceal. I also shoot it a bit better than the Glock. Out of the box, mine was a bit to the left, but an easy fix. The adjustable sights are a big plus. You can't beat Ruger for the money. Until I can afford a Kimber, it's Ruger for me! The G26 is for sale..... March 30, 2013
crisp, tight, no problems 1st 200 rds Bought with my wife a 5 days ago. Got it home and cleaned and lightly lubed the gun and magazines before shooting. I've seen a few reviews complain about taking it straight to the range and having problems. There were no metal filings, no thick grease, no unforeseen issues, just a bit of excess clean lube that might have trapped some grit. Today took it out with a couple novices and a former-military expert shooter. We put two hundred rounds through it without a fail to feed, fail to fire or fail to eject. I am not an expert on firearms, I have a few firearms, but not a large collection. I can't hit anything from ten feet with my wife's LCP, it is just too small for me to hold. I do OK with a 22 pistol, rifle and 20 ga. I have also fired a couple friend's 380's, 9's 40's and 45's. I have limp wristed some of my friend's guns resulting in some stovepipes. (it is not a skill thing, it is a birth defect thing) This was not a problem with me or the novices with the SR9c. On a cold windy day I was hitting good groups at 12 yards with a firing rate of up to four shots in five seconds. I was able to easily hit an eight inch, high-vis target at 20 yards, even with half a mag of rapid fire. The military guy was almost doing connect-the-dots at 20 yards. All this with cheap ammo. I like this pistol. The recoil is well absorbed within the pistol making follow up shots easy, maybe too easy, this could get expensive. The grip is big enough to comfortably hold. The trigger is fairly light and crisp. Per Ruger instructions, if there is a magazine in you may dry fire without any issue. The last shot hold open is in my opinion a good thing. Field stripping this is a breeze. The magazines totally disassemble for cleaning. The magazines, nice doublestack, a bit stiff to load, but I think that is a good thing, the springs should last a while. The sights are large white dot front, smaller white dots back. OK in well lit, not sure about low light. It does have a rail under the barrel and I may spring for a laser. Not sure if this is really a concealable weapon. The doublestack magazine adds some girth. This thing is so easy to shoot we are already discussing getting reloading equipment. I have to give this full five stars. December 25, 2014
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