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Old 04-25-2013, 12:46 PM   #11
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If you give her the SR9c, you give her a very good range gun(17+1) and a damn good CC gun(10+1).

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I own all three calibers in the SR series. also gave three SR9's as gifts. one to a son in law who is a state trooper, one each to two daughters. all three have been used and appreciated. the series has impressed me. good strong reliable shooters, dollar for dollar a good buy. like them at least as well as my xd and xds.

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I have been a Ruger fan since day one when I first started shooting. They are what I would consider very well made handguns at very reasonable price.

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Love My SR9! my one issue is that it doesn't do "Hand Loads" very well, but anything from the factory and it will shoot all Day...

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Love My SR9! my one issue is that it doesn't do "Hand Loads" very well, but anything from the factory and it will shoot all Day...
Quite the opposite for me. Although my SR40 and SR9c shoots factory ammo great, there have been some brands that they didn't like. On the other hand, I reload lots of different weight bullets and they eat my handloads like they are starved. No problems.
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Love My SR9! my one issue is that it doesn't do "Hand Loads" very well, but anything from the factory and it will shoot all Day...
Forgive me but thats not a hand load issue ---
Its a hand loaders loads issue
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Forgive me but thats not a hand load issue ---
Its a hand loaders loads issue
Fair enough!
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My brother-in-law has a sr9 and I think it's a great gun accurate and reliable but I would look into a Glock 19 or 26 they are amazing guns and there are more accessories for glocks than any other gun on the market except maybe 1911's IMHO

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Lost my SR9 to my wife after she shot it. She has small hands and the Ruger fit her better than either my Glock 19 or my XDM.

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I found my SR9 was a little more of a challenge to get the right hand load, but I have it working great now. Just have to keep at it until you find what works.

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