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Old 06-29-2013, 03:51 PM   #261
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and thank you for your service as well Sgt! One of my Life "Mentors" is a ret. Post office Policeman(worked with my Dad & Uncle) who was aDoor Gunner Crew Ch. In the Nam and became a Comb. Eng. in the NYNG(think he retired from that as well),..he's was A Demoman...
That'sd simular to what I did, I was in the Air Force in the '60's and then finished up with the Kentucky Army National Guard. Great guy's
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Anyone own a ruger 94? Possibly picking one up on trade suggestions?

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Love your Avatar! Good Gun! I have My Dad's Orig. P-85, His last Duty Gun as a Postal Policeman/Postal Insp. His Buddies at the "job" presented it to me at his funeral after they engraved it with his name and years of service!! I never shoot it,..it's a Safe "Queen now..
The Whole P series Like the current SR & LC series Ruger Autos are just well designed guns!!! In fact the only issue i ever had With ANY Ruger was the Trigger on my old .44 Magnum Carbine needed some work out of the box,... and the springs on my Former Mark II & Current 22/45 used to Go "BOING" and get lost during take down for cleaning!!!
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Love your Avatar! Good Gun! I have My Dad's Orig. P-85, His last Duty Gun as a Postal Policeman/Postal Insp. His Buddies at the "job" presented it to me at his funeral after they engraved it with his name and years of service!! I never shoot it,..it's a Safe "Queen now..
The Whole P series Like the current SR & LC series Ruger Autos are just well designed guns!!! In fact the only issue i ever had With ANY Ruger was the Trigger on my old .44 Magnum Carbine needed some work out of the box,... and the springs on my Former Mark II & Current 22/45 used to Go "BOING" and get lost during take down for cleaning!!!
Lol thank you! The p series seems to be built like tanks they are starting to grow on me. I finally shot the 95 and 85 last week and tge recoil just feels amazing. I had the sr40c little to snappy but a great shooter. I prefer .45 or 9. I carry the lc9 NRA edition camo and boy is it a dream. My next will be a .44 magnum If I can find a deal on a tracker.
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Lol thank you! The p series seems to be built like tanks they are starting to grow on me. I finally shot the 95 and 85 last week and tge recoil just feels amazing. I had the sr40c little to snappy but a great shooter. I prefer .45 or 9. I carry the lc9 NRA edition camo and boy is it a dream. My next will be a .44 magnum If I can find a deal on a tracker.
P95 is one of the best 9mm you can buy, for the money! I've seen them as low as 319 on gunbroker, new!! Great shooter and HD weapon
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P95 is one of the best 9mm you can buy, for the money! I've seen them as low as 319 on gunbroker, new!! Great shooter and HD weapon
Try to CC the 95!! Lol felt like I was toting a brick around on my side!! But its defiantly a good body guard for the Home!!
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Try to CC the 95!! Lol felt like I was toting a brick around on my side!! But its defiantly a good body guard for the Home!!
My gf dad actually carries his p95 I could barely fit it in my britches lol but he also is 6'6 275.
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My gf dad actually carries his p95 I could barely fit it in my britches lol but he also is 6'6 275.
To many smaller guns to carry as an option, I usually carry the LC9 or the LCP
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Try to CC the 95!! Lol felt like I was toting a brick around on my side!! But its defiantly a good body guard for the Home!!
I carry my p95 on a daily basis. I open carry for now since im waiting on my ccw. But at hom ive experimented with concealing an the small of the back work best with an in the pant open top soft holster.
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