Ruger P95 got to keep it
I offered to sell my P95 to my brother-in-law and was ready to let it go...until I took it to the range today. It had been quite a while since I shot it...last summer groundhog hunting as a matter of fact. Now I remember why I love this gun so much. See pics for results.
10 yards fast - 25 rounds (15 rd and 10 rd mags very quick shooting)
20 yards medium speed - 10 rounds
25 yards taking my time - 18 rounds (15 rnd mag + last 3 rounds I had)
I also shot my buddy's new Ruger SR9c today and that is one sweet shooting gun. Looks great, feels great, very accurate, and a very nice shooter. I must admit a better shooter than my Taurus PT709. I was very impressed with it.
I shot another buddy's G23. From 10 yards I had a nice tight group, but I was consistently 3 inches left of target. Not low, just straight left. The grip angle wasn't comfortable to me compared to my XD40sc.
I also got to shoot a Bersa Thunder 380 and that is one accurate and smooth shooting little piece. I was very impressed with it. It did jam once.
I sold mine to my dad, but i still get to shoot it:smile: ...p-95 is a very tough dependable gun....most rugers are.
Good decision to keep the P95. It may not be as trendy as other polymer pistols, but it's a great gun nonetheless.
My P-95 is a really good value in a range and defense gun. Not the best for CC but I can make it work ok. Good shooter and uber-reliable.