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sr9c vs lc9???

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Old 03-21-2012, 10:31 PM   #1
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Default sr9c vs lc9???

Obviously the size differances..........but any other feedback on which is better?

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Old 03-21-2012, 10:58 PM   #2
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I have an SR9c. Very accurate and a great ccw. Shoots like a dream. I do not have an lc9, but my son in-law just bought one a couple of weeks ago and I have shot it. A great ccw,fairly accurate with enough practice. The trigger you can't compare to the SR9c. It all depends on what you want it for. Occasional shooting and cc the lc9 will work. If you want a gun to take to the range and shoot a lot and also carry I would recommend the SR9c. One thing about the lc9 is you could never shoot it by accident, the trigger is unbelievably long. JMO

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+1 on the SR9c. I have one with a stainless slide and I love it.
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I also recommend the SR9c. It's my every day carry and am very satisfied with it. My wife has the LC9. I have shot it but don't really care for the dual action only. Don't get me wrong, it shoots well, decent accuracy, and very reliable. The trigger is a little long but smooth. Maybe not quite as smooth as say a Kahr P9. Whichever one you choose, with a little range time, you'll enjoy either gun. Both are excellent values.

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Old 03-23-2012, 02:40 AM   #5
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I recommend the SR9c too. I shot both before deciding on the SR9c. Feels GREAT in my hand and the trigger ain't too shabby. LC9 is convenient, but the SR9c is an easy carry too.

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