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Old 12-27-2012, 10:43 PM   #91
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Love this SR 40!

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Sorry for the crappy pic. Got my P89 back while I was visiting relatives. Not the first gun I ever shot but the first I ever bought. Love this gun and really can use it as a club if it runs out of ammo.

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Love this SR 40!
From your photos...

I didn't realize Ruger made a "Glock-like" split trigger. A funky ...no-safety... trigger. I was disappointed until I saw the real safety by your thumb. My confidence in Ruger was restored!
It is a nice looking gun, too... as Rugers generally are.
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From your photos...

I didn't realize Ruger made a "Glock-like" split trigger. A funky ...no-safety... trigger. I was disappointed until I saw the real safety by your thumb. My confidence in Ruger was restored!
It is a nice looking gun, too... as Rugers generally are.
Yes the safety is pretty straight forward, easy to operate with the thumb on either side of the slide

What I like most about Ruger is their no BS approach to firearms design and manufacturing. I can't tell you how impressed I am with both this gun and a 10/22 I purchased last summer.
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Very very quiet

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I had heard that a compensator makes a gun louder. I heard correctly!

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Here's a picture of my least reliable and most expensive "ruger" .... That's his name

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Man!!

And I thought all Rugers were reliable!

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Here's my P85, most people say they would work better as a club. But, I can run with the Glocks and Springfields and do it with any type of ammo. I can run 400 to 500 rounds through it without jamming which says a lot about it. I put Hogue grips on it and that helped a lot.

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