Ruger sr9c

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    Ruger sr9c

    Anyone carry one? Might pick one up in a trade. Looking for feedback
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    I don't carry mine anymore but it is a great gun. I have almost 3000 flawless rounds through mine. I don't carry it much because I have transitioned over to revolvers, nothing at fault with the SR9c, just my preference for wheelies now.
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    Don't have any experience with the SR9c other than to say it feels really good in my hand(at the LGS). My wife has an LC9 and other than the long trigger pull, I'm really impressed with it.
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    I don't carry my SR9c anymore in favor of M&Ps. I don't care for a manual safety on a carry gun. Yeah, yeah my M&P Shield has one but with the safety being recessed the way it is, it's as if it isn't even there. I also like the additonal two rounds I can carry with a M&P compact over the SR9c. Getting past my preference for M&Ps, I do love the trigger on the SR9c. Sweet, sweet trigger on that gun. The only malfunction I've had is one FTE beacuse I was shooting weak handed and limp wristed. Overall a very nice gun. Just comes down to preference for me. You won't go wrong owning one.

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    I have an SR40C ( same gun, different caliber) and it has been great. Super accurate, easy shooting, conceals well, comfortable to carry all day, and it doesnt break the bank. If you have a chance to make a fair trade that is mutaually beneficial, I say go for it. If its not for you it should be an easy sell to get something else.
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    I really like my SR9c. My EDC for almost 2 yrs. Mine is a 9mm. Easy to shoot and no problems after several thousand rds. I highly recommend it.
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    My EDC is a sr40c and I really like it.
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    Love my SR40C. I basically learned to shoot on both, the only difference is the caliber. I shot the 40 at that time a little bit better. but you can't go wrong with the SR9C as an EDC.
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    my SR9c has been excellent - mines the work horse of the collection
    it just runs and runs little or any maintnence

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    Hate to sound like an echo - but... GREAT gun! It's been my EDC for about 9 months. Great trigger made even better with the "Ghost" trigger bar installed. Love it.
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    Here's an extended review that I did last year. The thread got a lot of traffic and quality participation, with varying perspectives.

    http://thefiringline.com/forums/showthread.php?t=492724
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    I just got one for conceal carry although ove only got about 50 rounds threw it today was the first time ive carried it and it was VARY comfortable. I carry at 4 o'clock and I didn't even notice it standing walking and sitting. and I just had it in a cheap pocket holster that I bought for a nano I had. I cant wait till I get a nice holster for it. go for it you wont be disappointed.

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    Thanks everyone for the input. I've got 2 trade offers for a snubby I'm not using. Ones an sr9
    Ones and sr9c

    I already have a sub compact that I carry my sig p938 and another snubby 642 that I have in rotation. I could carry the sr9c in rotation or use the sr9 full size as a home defense gun.

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    Either way you're in good shape..

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    Quote Originally Posted by chepo06 View Post
    Thanks everyone for the input. I've got 2 trade offers for a snubby I'm not using. Ones an sr9
    Ones and sr9c

    I already have a sub compact that I carry my sig p938 and another snubby 642 that I have in rotation. I could carry the sr9c in rotation or use the sr9 full size as a home defense gun.

    Hummmmm decisions
    I've heard of people using their SR9c for both carry and HD duty since one of the magazines that comes with it essentially makes it the same size as the full size pistol.
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