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Wanted to post and say hi. Glock fan converted to Ruger fan. Still love my Glock, but find myself choosing to shoot my Rugers more and more! Bought a 10/22 Takedown, then a LCPw/Lasermax, which led to a LC9s and finally an AR-556. Next is either a SR9c, SR22 or SR40. Time will tell but looking forward to all Ruger has coming!
 

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Welcome to RT and I also have had many brands of handguns and I like the Rugers more than most others. Ruger IMO is a great bang for the buck. I personally like the SR40c for concealed carry.
 

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Welcome to the forum! Rugers are addicting!
 

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Welcome to RugerTalk,

Thanks for the introduction.

I do believe we all kinda like our Rugers, so you should fit right in.
Congrats on the new one.




Jim
 

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Welcome to the forum and as aforementioned you get more bang for your buck with a Ruger. Glad you joined us!

Tommy from the land of the sizzling sun-Az.
 

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Wanted to post and say hi. Glock fan converted to Ruger fan. Still love my Glock, but find myself choosing to shoot my Rugers more and more! Bought a 10/22 Takedown, then a LCPw/Lasermax, which led to a LC9s and finally an AR-556. Next is either a SR9c, SR22 or SR40. Time will tell but looking forward to all Ruger has coming!

Don't forget to pick up a couple of Ruger revolvers. They make some sweet wheel guns.

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Shooting my friend's Super Blackhawk .44 yesterday.
 

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Congratulations! I own several brands, but my SP101 in .357 is one of the all time favorites. The good thing about converting to Ruger is you can still use the same bathroom and not create any controversy.
 

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Bought a 10/22 Takedown, then a LCPw/Lasermax, which led to a LC9s
:welcome: From the South East Texas Gulf coast.

What do you think of the LC9s? My wife wants a small light carry gun, she's looking at an LC9s real serious like.
Being so small, is it very 'jumpy'?
 

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Not jumpy at all, very easy to handle. Accurate right out of the box, very good trigger, easy to rack the slide, etc. The LCP is more of a handful only because of the small size, but fits the "very concealable" bill slightly better. I prefer the LC9s over the LCP, but carry the LCP more frequently because of concealability (like 99% more frequently).
 
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