thanks for sharing.
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Hello peeps! I have always liked the SR9's and owned a couple just can't get comfortable CCWing it becs of the grips but now with this new SR9c its perfect for me!10 +1, thumb safety ala 1911, very slim and the best part is i can get a perfect grip with the extension thingy that came with it..I already shot 100 rounds through it and ofcourse did not have a single problem, did some adjustments on the rear sight to get it to POA = POI so i just need more 9mm practice ammo and i will have my alternate CCW piece to my SP101..here it is I;ll take a picture with my XDm 3.8 so you guys can see the difference..
It looks pretty nice. I think it superior to the Glock, XD, M&Ps because of its slenderness and I like the manual safety.
I liked the full size SR9 alot. Rueger seems to have hit a home run with this one. I'm only concerned with the grip size. My hands are on the larger scale and after firing the LCP I am a little apprehensive about a compact. Hopefully my local range will have the SR9c as a rental.
is that a single stack or still a thick double?
why is the bottom of the trigger guard a lighter color than the rest?
did you do that?
Congrats and enjoy!
I looked at one of them and they are very nice pistols, but I did not feel very comfortable with the heavy trigger and the manual safety.
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Good choice . I also have a SR9 and love it. High capacity (I always fill the mag with one less round than called for ...military training) Good grips and looks great (OD green). I was shocked that my wife could put 16 rounds right target. Looks like I lost my Ruger to her. Now I get to go shopping.....
Finlander, why do you use one less round in your magazines?
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Very Nice! Congrats!
I like my Ruger P345 so much (it became my primary carry), it has really re-kindled my enthusiasm for the label. The SR9c is definitely on my short list, but, I'm waiting until they are more readily available.
Too light for heavy work, too heavy for light work!
I held one at a show yesterday, I really like the "extension" concept. Full size for plinking at the range, compact for carry. In my top-5 for my next gun.
i also have a Ruger SR9 i like the new SR9c it looks like a great BUG.
I have no problems concealing my SR9 i keep it IWB at 4 oclock position. whats the difference the SR(c looks almost the same length ans the grip on an SR9 with the high cap mag in it .