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Old 09-04-2009, 01:49 AM   #1
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Default Basic Review: Ruger P95PR (9x19MM)

Here is a quick review on my personal Ruger P95 pistol. I hope some of you find it informative.

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Old 09-04-2009, 02:26 PM   #2
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when your talking about the weight of the pistol why didnt you just look up its weight or weigh the thing and be like "it weighs X ounces"

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As always Sgt a good review of your pistol. I think you should have mentioned that not all P95's come with the safety or the accy rail. As you know I own three in the P series and out of the three the P95 is my least favorite due to the grip. No way to get a better feel with out a slip on grip. I would trade my P95 for a P94 or P93 in a hearbeat simply because of the grip. I agree with the other poster as called the pistol chunky you should have expresed the weight and size possibly compared to a similar firearm.

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Like I stated in the review, it was very basic. I will do much more in-depth reviews that will make a gun writer cry once I get a tripod,a nd a nice little place in my house cleared out.

Once I get to that point, I'll have specific specs laid out, comparisons, detailed info on the externals/internals, etc...

My apologies for leaving out the weight. Normally, the average joe does not care if the pistol weights 32 ounces, or 25 ounces so I left that info out.

Once I get my little setup going, my reviews will be probably three/four parts per firearm and each part will be about 10 minutes in length.

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Sgt Miller, it was a good presentation and I don't think anyone can argue that point. Keep it up, your teaching people who have no clue, expect us here to be more critical. What is your view count on the vid?

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