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What I want is someone long term to carry this thing and run and gun with it with the safety off at all times and do this for a few months and put 600+ run and gun rounds through it and report back if the safety ever engaged. I may do just that if I can stop buying varmint rifles
LC9 looks like they got a good product, I have always thought Ruger was a great gun from the Mk type 22lr all the way to my 44mag red hawk, looks like I may give this one some thought.
Thanks for posting. Looks like a nice pistol..I may have to consider it but, I'll give it some time and see more reviews on its reliability.
Nice looking weapon not wild about the thumb safety but I do like the looks of it, nice vid ol Hickok makes it look easy.
Can you disable that stupid magazine disconnect?
Why Ike, whatever do you mean? Maybe poker's just not your game Ike. I know! Let's have a spelling contest!
Although I've been looking at others (would love a PPS) already have an SR9c and the LCP so the "Goldilocks" gun will fit right in my collection.
Don't like the ugly loaded chamber indicator. Don't like the safety.
Don't like that you need a tool to disassemble.
Trust in God and keep your powder dry
"A heavily armed citizenry is not about overthrowing the government; it is about preventing the government from overthrowing liberty. A people stripped of their right of self defense is defenseless against their own government." -source
I can't wait until mine arrives.
He makes no mention of the recoil that other have commented on.
The soft shooting but superbly accurate Hornady FTX 9mm round should be ideal.
Same for a High Noon horsehide holster:)
Go RED SOX!
Crue, thanks for the post!
I can't wait to get mine (have one on order)
Proud Ruger & SIG owner, in the Free State of Arizona
Thanks. I'm interested to see his review on the Kimber Solo too whenever Kimber gets around to shipping to its dealers. The LC9 does seem like a nice little pistol. But I too am not big on the diassembly. I'm still scarred by Ruger's silliness with the MK III disassembly (and worse, reassembly). They still haven't learned their lesson, I guess.
Just checked Brown's tracking, and my LC9 is "out for delivery". Hope to pick it up later this afternoon.
Too light for heavy work, too heavy for light work!