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Old 11-16-2012, 10:30 AM   #11
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Mine is flawless and I introduced a friend to shooting with it and she loved it.

Best bang for the buck.

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Old 11-17-2012, 12:19 PM   #12
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If semi-autos were available in the days of wagon trains it is what they would have carried. A good accurate, reliable, rugged gun.
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I have had a p95 in the past and I liked the way it felt and shot. Ruger makes a damn good gun.
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I had a P85 (the forerunner to the P95) and it got the job done as a duty pistol and a fun gun to take to the range.
Just this past week a fellow at the range next to me was using a P95 and doing quite well.
If I needed another 9mm I wouldn't hesitate to buy one.
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I had a P85 (the forerunner to the P95) and it got the job done as a duty pistol and a fun gun to take to the range.
Just this past week a fellow at the range next to me was using a P95 and doing quite well.
If I needed another 9mm I wouldn't hesitate to buy one.
Great gun!! Little to big and heavy to carry!! But a great shooter!! The weight gives the gun virtually no recoil!! For the money I think it's one of the best high capacity 9mm you can buy!! I've seen them as low as 319 on gunbroker!! Only compliant I have, the mags are a little stiff and hard to hand load but that will improve with time!!
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I recently traded for a P95 and realy like it. not my carry gun, just wanted a full size auto.

It's a 2009 series with the rail for a laser sight.
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I recently traded for a P95 and realy like it. not my carry gun, just wanted a full size auto.

It's a 2009 series with the rail for a laser sight.
That's the same exact one I own. It's a great firearm!!!
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Like others have said, cant go wrong with the P95. It was my first gun, i have 550rnds thru mine, most of them reloads. It has been flawless.......
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Great gun!! Little to big and heavy to carry!! But a great shooter!! The weight gives the gun virtually no recoil!! For the money I think it's one of the best high capacity 9mm you can buy!! I've seen them as low as 319 on gunbroker!! Only compliant I have, the mags are a little stiff and hard to hand load but that will improve with time!!
Did you not get a Magazine loader with yours. they realy help.
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Did you not get a Magazine loader with yours. they realy help.
I don't think so! I'm going to check the box to make sure!! First, HC Ive owned probably just need to get used to it!
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