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Old 09-04-2013, 04:38 PM   #21
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I have one(2009) and love it. Not a bad shooter.
I love my P95. That was my first handgun that I bought. The funny thing is that it was my cheapest priced Ruger, but it came in a nice plastic case!!
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Old 09-06-2013, 06:35 PM   #22
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I have a P95. Works perfectly for me. I was teaching a friend to shoot with it and she was getting FTE too. Problem is the shooter, not the gun.

By the way, she is now a proud owner of a flawless SR9C.

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I bought one brand new...took it to the range and it literally jammed every 3rd round using brass Winchester. I did call ruger and they were going to fix it if I mailed it to them. I decided to trade it in as I would have never fully trusted it again. I have been turned off to ruger ever since. I would get a ruger revolver though and maybe one of the higher end rugers I suppose.

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