Ruger SR9c Compact Stainless Steel Semi-Auto Pistol
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The Ruger® SR9c® 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.
- Uses a dual captured recoil spring and guide rod
- Rigid, glass-filled nylon grip frame reduces recoil and enhances handgun control
- Front of frame has built-in Picatinny rail
- High-visibility 3-Dot sight system
- Ambidextrous manual safety and magazine release
- Comes with 2 magazines
Ruger® SR9c™ 9mm Luger Compact High Capacity Pistol w/Stainless Steel Slide
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
SR9C Nice Pistol
Fired 200+ rds. to date with no problems (no FTF, FTE, or light strikes). Per advice on a Ruger forum, I thoroughly cleaned and lightly lubricated the pistol prior to initial firing, to include the striker and magazines. Ammo used in both 10rd and 17rd magazines: Blazer, Federal, Remington UMC, and Winchester white box from 115 gr to 147 gr, both target and JHP rounds. Nice trigger break, great sights, comfortable grip, fits well in IWB holster.
May 8, 2012
GOT A LEMMON
Very bad experience with this gun... From the 1st trip to the gun range, with premium ammo, this gun misfired (light hammer strikes) every 4-5 shots, it also did not reset hammer every 2-3 magazine loads... To top it all off, the pin that hods the trigger mechanism fell out by just tilting gun to the right. TERRIBLE... Sidearm was sent to Ruger for service and received 'supposedly' fixed and ready to go.But on the very 1st trip to range, gun misfired on the very 1st magazine load and managed to not re-set trigger 4 times on 50 rounds fired. A total dissapointment. I have no trust to carry this gun as my CCW, so I took a huge hit trading it in a a local gun show. Got my self a Kimber and have not had one single issue with it... I could have been my luck, but I have read similar problems on line with this SR9c. I would NOT reccomend at all!
April 24, 2012
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