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Old 09-24-2011, 10:46 PM   #11
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Thanks guys, now all I have to do is shoot it alot with different ammo and see what it likes.
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How many rounds does the mag hold?
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Old 09-24-2011, 11:36 PM   #13
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The mag. holds 15 rnds. It also came with 2 of them.
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Old 09-25-2011, 02:29 AM   #14
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I also own an SR9 and I have put several thousand rounds through it without a single huccup... I have run all kinds of ammo through it and while I have seen variation in accuracy, the darn thing runs better than I could have ever expected...
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I never really cared for rugers handguns until I got my lc9. I thought the sr9 and the sr40 felt sloppy almost like a HiPoint. (Not starting crap here ruger lovers) with that being said, my lc9 has performed flawlessly after 500 rounds and feels great. Congrats on the new gun, even though I don't love them, they are reliable as all get out
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How does it perform? Im not familiar with the ruger SR series.. I used to have a P89 back in 1999, it worked just fine. I eventually traded for a G23c, thus the love for glock started.. I also have a ruger 10/22 that ive had since i was 11 and im 33 now, i love that .22!! There are 2 things "among others" that take me back to my childhood...Ruger 10/22 and old timer knives
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It shoots really well. Very little felt recoil and smooth. Of course I haven't shot it enough to get used to it yet. 4" group at about 90 feet. Probably won't shoot it much until after archery season as I hunt right behind my house. I also have a 10/22. 1- 50 round magazine and 2-30s.Along with my markII-22/45 and 4-10 round magazines we have a blast.
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Yea ruger 10/22's are the best. I shoot about 200-300 rds a week through mine. Love it.
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Got off topic. Sorry
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