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New Ruger pistol, Security 9


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48 minutes ago, Steelharp said:

Not really. The pond with the G19 in it had only that in size and capacity until the M&P 2.0 Compact. This would be fish #3.

Specifically that exact size and exact capacity, yes. But there's lots of other guns within a couple rounds capacity and fractions of an inch that do exactly the same thing. 

Seems particularly odd that Ruger would market 3 models that are nearly identical... SR9, 9E, and now this. 

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15 hours ago, Garufa said:

I can’t keep up with Ruger.  So they now have three budget lines of 9mm’s?

Well, I dunno. The American and SR series is priced pretty much like it's competitors, if either are among the three you mention.

This Security isn't even striker fired, but a DAO variant.  Who has a LCP II? Does it really perform with a "short, crisp feel and positive reset of a single action" ?

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10 minutes ago, DWARREN123 said:

Well we will have to wait and see how folks like it when they put their money out for it. 

Presumably reliable $300-ish 15+1 mid size 9mm with good trigger (according to both Ruger and Harp).

Assuming it doesn't need a recall, seems they couldn't go far wrong.

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