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Old 07-09-2012, 04:50 AM   #1
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I just bought my first pistol and its a ruger p95 I was wondering of any one knew where I could get a longer barrel for it I did some looking myself and found nothing any help would be great thanks

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Old 07-09-2012, 11:33 AM   #2
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Welcome to ftf. Why are you looking for a longer barrel?

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Really cause I been told that it will perform better and improve accuracy is that true

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Probably not to a point that would make it worth the cost. You would still have the same sight radius. You may want to look into better sights and just keep practicing.

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Really cause I been told that it will perform better and improve accuracy is that true
The gun is more accurate than you are as it is out of the box. I own a P95 and while it is no match grade pistol, it is a nice shooter and will serve you well for it's intended purpose. If you want super accurate you are not going to find it in a $350 pistol and a barrel is not going to make a difference.
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Ok on that note is there anything besides the sights I should upgrade

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Any upgrades worth putting on it?

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Not that I can think of. Like you said maybe night sights. IMO if this is your first pistol and you are a newer shooter, spend your money on a good firearms class. You will learn many valuable things. Money spent on training is never a bad thing and it's an investment that never wears out.

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Upgrade your ammo supply and leave the gun alone. Shoot more and learn for yourself if there are any changes that are worth it for you to make. I do not own one but have shot several. They are very good shooters as they are.
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Thanks everyone for the advice and tips

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