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Old 02-15-2012, 05:36 PM   #1
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My brother is thinking about getting a Ruger SR9c. I have the SR9 and I love it. I have never shot a SR9c. I was curious if this gun is as accurate and the SR9 due to it's shortened length. Anyone have/shoot one? Any thoughts/advice would be appreciated.


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Old 02-15-2012, 06:52 PM   #2
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I own one and it is accurate as long as I do my part. Max distance I've shot out to is 35 feet and it was not necessarily a tack driver but accurate enough to get the job done. It's also a very reliable pistol thus far. Only malfunction i've had was a misfeed because I didn't fully seat the full size mag with the grip extension on it. Btw watch that pinching point when you seat that mag haha


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I love my SR9c. I can hit beer cans at 25 yards pretty consistently. It's a shooter for sure.
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I have shot the SR40c.. Not the 9 but it was a nice shooting gun. Although it had a couple light strikes right out of the box.. Disappointed..
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I have both SR9 & SR9c. The SR9c is as accurate as the SR9 and it's much easier to cc. I love both of them.
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... Only malfunction i've had was a misfeed because I didn't fully seat the full size mag with the grip extension on it. Btw watch that pinching point when you seat that mag haha
Boy you can say that again Zombie! Yeeeoooch!
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I also have and carry the SR9c everyday. Approaching 750 rounds without a hiccup and being very controllable even with +P ammo makes for a great EDC. It is always accurate and easy to conceal. I highly recommend it.

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It is a solid weapon but I am not a fan of the stock trigger
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It is a solid weapon but I am not a fan of the stock trigger
I feel the stock trigger is one of the best I've felt in a poly-gun.
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Yes i have one it shots great, no problems. I only shot up to about 15 yards


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