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A local gun shop had new Ruger P95's for $299. A good price so I picked one up. Nice looking and feeling gun. Looking foward to getting it to the range, I've heard good things about them.
 

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Lets see some pics... :wink:
 

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That was the gun I was looking at over the M&P. It seems to be a great gun... how is it actually shooting it, though? I've only been able to handle the P345 and some others.
 

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I had a P89 that was a great gun, I just wanted an SKS paratrooper more, so I traded it. They are not pretty guns, but just like the Ruger revolvers, they are built like tanks. Easy to shoot, accurate, and easy to maintain. Good buy for the money and I'd recommend them to anyone looking to get into a pistol on a budget.
 

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May God have mercy on your soul when you have to disassemble it when you clean it.



I took my dad's P89 to the range along with my M&P9c and cleaned them both afterwards... let's just say that other then my 10/22 I'll never own another Ruger again. Jesus.
 

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Ruger pistols couldn't be simpler to take down..you just have to know what you are doing. If you don't lower the lever in the mage well before you try to take it down you're in for a ton of trouble. If you do it the right way its one of the easiest guns out there to take down.
 

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Hmmm...the Ruger P89 was very easy to disassemble and reassemble, IIRC. The only handguns I've had that were easier to clean were Glocks and SIGs.
 
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