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Old 12-19-2008, 05:58 AM   #1
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Default Got my SR9 today, no regrets

Finally made my first purchase, the SR9. After some much appreciated advice I had it and the M&P both in hand. It's obvious which one felt better to me. After reading reviews, opinions, and such, I actually had to adjust to not having a gritty trigger. Possibly due to the fact that I'm new to this and have not had a chance to get spoiled. Anyhow, I shot 9 bulls during the second fifty and I haven't shot anything in three or four years (those were rifles). The others were in very tight groups depending what I was trying differently, breathing, stance, grip and what not Most of my first 50 went slightly right, guess I was overcompensating for a trigger that was intimidating going into it. 10th and 22nd rounds FTF, but I place full responsibility on myself, not the gun, for those, seeing as how there were 0 in the last 120 or so. Great gun and absolutely no regrets.

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Old 12-19-2008, 08:53 PM   #2
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For those who may not be familiar with what the SR9 looks like. Very nice pistol now that they took care of the drop safety issues.



Congrats on your new firearm! You picked a good one.

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Very Nice..Another pistol for the wish list!!

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Good choice, nice weapon. Ruger stands behind their products and your SR9 will last a life-time. I have a P345 Ruger, I'm very pleased with it too...



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