Ruger P90 .45

Ruger P90 .45

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    Question Ruger P90 .45

    Does anyone have the Ruger P90 .45 if so can you give some reviews thanks.

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    I used to have one. Very accurate. Very reliable. Trigger sucked. Large size gun. Resonably priced for a good .45 acp pistol.
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    Been a very reliable pistol since I bought one eight years ago. Not my favorite of my guns, but it is accurate, reliable, and inexpensive. Just a bit bulky.
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    I have a stainless model and really like it. Always goes bang when you pull the trigger and will eat any kind of ammo you feed it. I carry it as a side arm when hunting.

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    Probably one of the most accurate and reliable .45's I've owned. It is built like a tank and a little bulky but it is not overly difficult to carry and conceal. You'll need to 'dress around your sidearm" if you decide to carry it.

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    Dad has one. Its a double action first pull single action there after. Has a decocker/saftey lever. Built like a tank and will withstand years of abuse just like any ruger. Its concealable but a bit on the bulky side. If you're looking for a ruger .45 that you want to conceal take a look @ the p345. House gun or out on the range the p90 works. Accuracy is better than i can shoot so i can't really say its oober accurate as i am not ooober accurate. Didn't state what you will be using it for but if you're looking for affordable life depending reliability then the p90 is all of that. If you're going to reaload i've found the 230gr round nose works the best. Other bullets might work just as well but my buddy and i don't have the budget to experiment as much as we'd like. It didn't like semi-wad cutters...but then again neither does my XD

    hope that helps. if you have any specific questions feel free to ask

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    Like others have said...Built like a tank, always goes bang, eats whatever you feed it. For me it was a bit too bulky and heavy to carry concealed.

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    Too large to conceal for me, however it would be a great duty
    weapon if you need one.

    Take the grips off and install a set of Hogue finger groove rubber
    grips. It will make a "whole new gun" out of it.

    Good luck and enjoy!

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