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Old 12-18-2011, 10:56 PM   #11
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I carry the LC9 daily. Approx 400 rounds with zero malfunctions.

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Old 12-19-2011, 12:25 AM   #12
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Gander mountain has the LC9 for $379 this week. I am undecided between the LC9 and SR9c!

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Old 12-19-2011, 12:34 AM   #13
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Hope the finish on those is better than a P95, I've had to refinish more than a couple within a few weeks of purchase, due to rust showing up. Even when well oiled, granted it was summer and they were shooting with sweaty, salty hands, but a few week old firearm should not show rust, in my opinion. (on P95s that is)

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The SR9c is a great gun as well. Obviously larger than the LC9, but a wonderful, versatile gun that I trust my life with every day. I don't think you could go wrong with either one.

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Old 12-20-2011, 04:05 PM   #15
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Bought my LC9 and the desantis nemesis holster for it for 379.99 with tax and all.

Store in NE FL guarantees lowest prices in the country and they deliver. I couldn't pass up the LC9 for 330, was looking at the keltec PF9 but for $60 more I decided to go with the ruger - fit better in my hand and inserting the magazine and manipulating slide just felt smoother when I was at the store. My brother has the bodyguard 380 and I like the LC9 tigger and the 9mm cartridge more.

The LC9 has a loaded chamber indicator, safety and won't fire without a magazine in it ... But the safety is super easy to flick off (especially in front pocket carry) and pretty hard to flick back to safe.

I wish that ruger didnt have to make their firearms California legal - but I am completely satisfied with this product. 100 rounds through it, no malfunctions, and really accurate once you get used to the long DA trigger pull.

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Old 12-20-2011, 07:12 PM   #16
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Yeah I don't mind the safety's on it I think for a concealed weapon it's good so you don't have any accidental issues specialy if you have one in the pipe..I can't wait to pick mine up the day after Christmas.. I ordered a black leather concealed holster from the Holsterstore.com I did reviews on the holster it's supposed to feel real comfortable ..will see

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I love my little LC9. I have about 4000 rounds through it. I have had two fail to feeds but one was when a friend limp wristed it and the other was with cheapo range reloads. The finish is starting to wear a little but not the slightest sign of rust. With the flush mag bottom no one will ever see me carrying in even on my 140lb 6 ft frame. With the extended mag plate it is a blast at the range I dont care what anybody says. If you can handle the recoil from a full size .40cal you can handle this little pistol.

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Old 12-27-2011, 01:00 AM   #18
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I picked up my LC9 this morning and shot 50 rounds through it no problems..so far so good I really like it and it's pretty accurate as well..

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I've had an LC9 for about 6mo . I like the size,weight and the ext safety. But compared to my CW9 that LC9's striker fired trigger sucks. The first time I took it out I pulled-pulled-pulled is this damn thing gonna go off? BANG . Didn't group very well at first, took me a while to get used to that trigger.

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Its hammer fired not striker fired.

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