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Old 04-30-2013, 01:18 PM   #11
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I love the SR9C. I had mine for a little over a year. Never had an issue and I have about 1000 rounds through it now. I just love the way it shoots. Great trigger.

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Drool!!!! Love your choice of guns. I shot my SR9c again today. Man, it's and easy shooter!

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I just picked up an SR9c a few weeks ago and I absolutely love it. I put 100 rounds through it and not one problem. Now I'm outta ammo and stood in line this morning at Gander Mtn and by the time they got to me they were out of 9mm. Someone told me about a place I can buy reloads but I don't know about them? What do you guys think? I love this gun and don't want to ruin it so I'm kinda afraid to run reloads through it, just by what I've read and heard. I have also read people saying that their SR9c eats anything they feed it??

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I run my own reloads through mine, but at the gun shows, I know only one man who's ammo I'd trust, so it's up to you. Your best bet is to learn to reload, of course the problem with getting started now is finding powder, primers and bullets. Keep your eyes open the situations got to change eventually.

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Congrats on the choice. I have had one three years now in and it is a great shooter. I don't carry it a lot because I have a Shield, which is easier to carry, but love to shoot my SR9c. It is now my nightstand gun.

I too am eyeing the SR45.

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I have an sr9 and LOVE LOVE LOVE IT......
I also have an sr40
Both are super wonderfull weapons.

Have my eye on a sr45 and a silenced sr22

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This is one of the better firing weapons I've shot in many years. Now, if I could just find ammo to put thru it. Here in beautiful downtown Enid, OK, the only loads for it are too expensive to purchase. I've got about 200 rounds that I'm sitting on until some more is available.

I love the trigger on this, nice and smooth, and there's not much perceived recoil considering the weight. Nice and comfortable to shoot.

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I just picked up an SR9c a few weeks ago and I absolutely love it. I put 100 rounds through it and not one problem. Now I'm outta ammo and stood in line this morning at Gander Mtn and by the time they got to me they were out of 9mm. Someone told me about a place I can buy reloads but I don't know about them? What do you guys think? I love this gun and don't want to ruin it so I'm kinda afraid to run reloads through it, just by what I've read and heard. I have also read people saying that their SR9c eats anything they feed it??

I dont run other people's reloads through my guns. Seen too many handloaders that look like the used a tape measure and bathroom scale for getting overall length and charge weights...

I load my own ammo as i prefer being responsible for my own mistakes if i should make one in loading.
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Having to stand in line for ammo sucks. Like standing in a soup kitchen line, but I guess the Gov't wants us to have less ammo. As for the SR9c, it is really one great gun.

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