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Old 04-02-2012, 01:31 PM   #1
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What are some peoples reviews if the ruger c89 is it worth the money

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Old 04-02-2012, 02:27 PM   #2
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I have a lot of RUgers but am not familiar with a c89.........I had a p89

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Sorry that's what I ment was the p89 had a brain fart

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Old 04-02-2012, 07:22 PM   #4
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Oh I was wondering what that smell was. Lol

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I just bought one used and u love the thing its built like a tank.

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My buddy has one and I can shoot very well with it but just can't warm up to the way it feels in my hand.

I agree that it's built like a tank, heavy, very reliable and can handle +P and I think +P+. Great used prices of $300 and under.

But it ain't a Hi Power as far as looks and handling.

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I just bought one used and u love the thing its built like a tank.
Also feels & sounds like a tank when firing but a very dependable firearm
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I tell yoy I tried glocks hi points and the ruger shot and felt the best in my hands I recommend and it will last you years and years.

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Yes I had a glock 19 it was nice but had to sell it the hi point c9 was pretty good to never had a problem with mine.how us the ruger p89 for concealed carry out it's it to big

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I wouldn't consider the P89 for CCW. For 9mm CCW I'd go Glock 26 or possibly Glock 19.

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