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Old 02-24-2011, 06:09 PM   #11
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No problems with mine and I shoot a variety of bullets. I shoot 115 and 125 grain cast lead bullets as well as plated bullets and JHPs. Never had a single problem or even the slightest hint of a jam with my gun.
That's because you obviously know what the term grip means.
seen quite a few people limp-wrist this baby right into FFE hell.
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Old 02-25-2011, 03:37 AM   #12
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I have never shot the Ruger SR9/C but it is on my Birthday list for next month. I have handled them and liked the way they feel. I would compare them to my Sig in feel and handle ability. (Think that is right) My wife has a Glock 19 and it feels like holding a brick to me.
Plus I have had several Rugers over the years and used them regularly and they have never let me down, so as far as being junk they are far from it.

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Old 02-25-2011, 04:30 AM   #13
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limp wrist. does that mean holding it like a pansy without a tight grip.

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limp wrist. does that mean holding it like a pansy without a tight grip.
Yep, then in thier wisdom they cuss the gun and call it junk when they get FTF's.
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I own a lot of Rugers, 2 Blackhawks, 1 Redhawk, 1 SP101, 1 GP100, 1 Mk II Gvt Model with bull barrel, 1 Mini 30, 2 Red Label Sporting Clay models, 1 12 ga and 1 20 ga and used to own the P90 in .45.

Never had a single quality issue with any of them. If I can still count, that adds up to 9 Rugers. A friend of mine sent a Security Six into Ruger for a problem. Ruger told him that they wouldn't repair it because they found a crack in the frame, but they would replace it at NO CHARGE. He had them send him a Redhawk 44 mag with a 4" barrel. Now that's standing behind your product and redefines customer service.

Long winded way to say, Ruger makes good firearms.

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Old 02-27-2011, 07:18 PM   #16
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I always loved ruger and was the type to only buy ruger firearms because they are dependable, well built and are affordable also. I had a guy send me this video of ruger firearms company and some of this stuff they did to make them look bad. since then I been a little concerned but I am mad now that I even let it effect how I looked at ruger. so many people probably call them for bogus problems and want something for nothing. thanks again guys.

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