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Old 04-15-2012, 09:07 PM   #1
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Just got home from the range, breaking in some new hardware. Got 150 rounds thru her , before they ran me off, to make room for paying customers LOL..... She is very sexy, and runs smooth as silk. Just like her older sister, the P90.

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Old 04-15-2012, 11:26 PM   #2
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The p95 was my first pistol and I still got it. Definitely a great shooter, congrats.

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The p95 was my first pistol and I still got it. Definitely a great shooter, congrats.
Thanks, i love the RUGER P-SERIES guns, i have 3 of them now. 2/45, 1/9mm. The p95 i just bought has some improvements over my p90s. The mag release pushes foreward instead of in, thats better for a girl with small hands. And the guide rod/spring are easier to get out. I probably would have blown thru a weeks pay in ammo today, if they hadnt kicked me out, LOL....
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I had a Ruger 45, I didn't really like it so traded for a couple times and ended up with a para p12, which I like a lot. I do miss the p85 9mm, I put rubber finger groove grips on it. It's almost becoming a collectable now.

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I have a Ruger P345. It shoots straight, is user-friendly, and is perfectly dependable. I live in a warm climate, and it is a little difficult to conceal under light (that's lightweight, not light as opposed to dark ) clothing. But in cool weather it conceals well under a light jacket. I also have a bunch of Ruger revolvers. Sturdy, accurate, safe to load all 6 chambers. I have been looking at SR40's, but my wife hasn't let me have the money yet.

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Just got home from the range, breaking in some new hardware. Got 150 rounds thru her , before they ran me off, to make room for paying customers LOL..... She is very sexy, and runs smooth as silk. Just like her older sister, the P90.
We need pictures and a range report.
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I have a Ruger P345. It shoots straight, is user-friendly, and is perfectly dependable. I live in a warm climate, and it is a little difficult to conceal under light (that's lightweight, not light as opposed to dark ) clothing. But in cool weather it conceals well under a light jacket. I also have a bunch of Ruger revolvers. Sturdy, accurate, safe to load all 6 chambers. I have been looking at SR40's, but my wife hasn't let me have the money yet.
My RUGER revolvers are some of my favorite guns,, I have a model 5001 redhawk .44, and a 5101 vaquero .45 , but i really like the wild west era guns. I have a marlin 30-30 lever gun that i like to shoot, but if i ever get the $$$, i would LOVE to own an old Winchester. Its been on my Christmas list for a few years now, but santa hasn't left one under my tree yet. I must not be a good girl LOL......
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Uh umm Santa is slacking.

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