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Old 01-21-2013, 09:06 PM   #1
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So I read and read and I've held it, not shot yet but I REALLY believe this is going to be my first purchase and my EDC but my problem is WHERE CAN I FIND ONE?? Holy smokes I was In a place a few miles from the house and they were almost empty with everything? Is everyone's fear going to stop any time soon? I don't care at this point if I have to pay the $20 to have one sent over here to a FFL. I just wish I could find one. I found a used P95 that I am also looking at, just a long drive to get it. Any opinions on it??

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Old 01-22-2013, 12:11 AM   #2
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SR9c is way better than the p series. If you can find one, get it.

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Old 01-22-2013, 12:28 AM   #3
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Just buy the first gun you find! Any price!

No, just kidding.

I'm disappointed for you that you just happened to choose this moment to get into firearms, the worst moment in recent history to buy, uh, ANYTHING gun-related. In my world, it just happened that a couple of weeks before all of this blew up, I had just bought my last 2 must-have guns. I'm feeling pretty set.

On a serious note about your question, you really ought to have in mind even 5 guns that you would accept and then go looking for all of those. When things level out a bit, you can always sell it and buy what you want later. I don't still own any of my first 5 or 6 guns.

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Thanks Chris. Ya I'm kinda pissed its been taking so long but I also sort of knew. We took our class and got printed and everything on Nov 20 and I think still another few weeks before we actually get our CPL's. it is my fault also for not just getting a PP and just thinking hey ill wait till the CPL comes.

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Check Gunbroker.com. I have an SR9C. It's a great pistol.

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I have an SR9c too. Love it.

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I really like mine great gun. I just looked and there are a few on gunbroker.com.

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Here's a range report I did on one I had a couple of years back: http://www.firearmstalk.com/forums/f66/range-report-ruger-sr9c-32266/

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I have an SR9c too. Love it.
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Since the sr9c is the first handgun i've ever bought I don't have anything to compare it to but I can say it is great to shoot, feels awesome in my hand. I recommend it to anyone looking for a compact handgun.

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