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I have seen and handled not shot though It was thin for a Hi cap 9 I would buy one if i was looking for a tupperware 9
 

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I haven't seen one and I am traditionally not a ruger pistol fan, but that looks pretty good.
 

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We sell them at the range, and I've shot it. It's comfortable in my medium sized hands and the one I shot was reliable.
 

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You have a range primers?
 

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I work part part time here: www.bullseyestl.com

I have a life membership, and buy guns at dealer cost. I have a real day job, but I love hanging out behind the counter and talking guns with everyone a couple evenings a week.

Anyway, the Ruger SR9 sells quickly, when we get them in.
 

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They look pretty nice, however...
 

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I work part part time here: www.bullseyestl.com

I have a life membership, and buy guns at dealer cost. I have a real day job, but I love hanging out behind the counter and talking guns with everyone a couple evenings a week.

Anyway, the Ruger SR9 sells quickly, when we get them in.
Sounds like a lot of fun, expecially the guns at dealer cost part.

The talking guns part sounds like fun also. I'm home all the time and when I get somewhere that I can talk guns I usually talk their ear off.
 

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Beretta has a Fat Grip.. I wouldn't Mind one to go with my Storm Carbine as it would use same mags
 

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Hey bud, its gotta be the PX4 Storm pistol, the 92 won't work. Our SRT team at work switched from the 96's to the PX4's in 40, and the mags look the same, but just enough of a difference that they won't work.
 

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Nope mine take 92 mags when i ordered it they asked what insert i wanted i have 6 92 mags all work just fine in it
 

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Wow, cool, may be a fluke on either end of the spectrum, not sure, but none of the guys at work could get their mags from their 96's of course that may be just that, the 96's versus 92's.
 

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Hijacked thread???
 

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yeah it pretty well has run all over
 

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Just got back from an evening of shooting and talking. Our SR9 has a price tag of $440. What prices are you guys seeing?
 

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about 449 for the black stainless and 429 for the stainless
 

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Had a chance to check one out locally this afternoon. While I`m not really a fan of tupperware, I kind of liked this one. I was surprised how it felt in my hand for being a high cap. And the MSH is reversable to go from arched to flat. So I put my name in the hat for a drawing of one tomorrow. Who knows....maybe I`ll put my losing ways behind me and bring one home. Retail price this week at this shop is $419.00. Didn`t think that was too bad.
 

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SR 9 pistols

Bought one for my son last week. The gun shoots very well. The trigger stacks pretty bad and the letoff is a little rough, but otherwise, it is a good pistol. When you normally shoot a 1911 with a 3 lb. trigger, nothing else quite measures up. Don't be surprized, take the SR 9 apart and you Glock owners will recognize a lot of internals. I'm told that the guns are becoming very popular in IDPA, and they seem to run fairly well. It will make a good gun for the occassional shooter and price conscious competator.
 
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