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Old 10-25-2011, 06:37 AM   #1
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New member, any one familiar with it? Im picking one up on saturday, I live in california so I had to wait for the infamous 10 day waiting period...

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I've got one and have loved it. I had one issue with some very odd wear and tear on the slide. I sent it to Ruger and they replaced the slide and shipped her back free of charge. Great customer service and made in America. Got to love it.

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I have a compact and put well over 1,000 rounds through it in the last year with no problems. I have used anything from Tula ammo to Gold Dots. This has become my everyday concealed carry gun.

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Hey, if it can eat that Tula crap, its worthy I dont own a Ruger but ive heard great things about it. Check out Nuthinfancy(spellcheck) in youtube, He does a review on the Ruger SR9.

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Hey, if it can eat that Tula crap, its worthy I dont own a Ruger but ive heard great things about it. Check out Nuthinfancy(spellcheck) in youtube, He does a review on the Ruger SR9.
Yea I checked them out, seems like a decent gun...i cant wait to pick mine up!
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Had one -
Liked it-
Traded it-
BUT my SR9C has a home right here

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I bought the fullsize SR9 based on the Nutnfancy review and weeks of molesting it and 4 others that I was interested in. I have a little over 3k rounds through mine with absolutely zero problems. It has been fed mostly the cheap steel cased stuff but it hasn't failed to fire or eject ANYTHING... I did find the MFS2000 or whatever the name is for that cheapo ammo did not shoot consistently but it has done very very well with everything else...

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I too am thinking of owning this masterpiece if a handgun.. I also seen nutnfancys review n hikok45s review on the sr9c I'm between either one at the moment.. I will be my first handgun I am also thinking of using it to carry. I cannot wait to scrape up enough cash to get one of these.

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I don't have one yet, but it is on my short list. I'm just not sure what I'm getting for a 9 first:

SR9c for 400
BHP for 800
EMP for 1100

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I have an SR9c and i love it! I've run about 600 rds through mine including cheap ruskie ammo and the only malfunction i've had was my own doing, i did not seat the full size mag all the way and it mis fed. It's one pistol i would not sell.

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