.....with their Security 9. Had the same discussion at two of my LGS this past weekend. The Security 9 was top seller in both stores. The Sig Sauer was the second best seller in one store, the third best seller in the other. The Security 9 has been called the GLOCK killer, and I think it is obviously aimed directly at the G19 as it’s practically identical in length, width, height, and even magazine capacity. Why not make it a SIG killer? Chop an inch off the barrel and an inch off the grip and it would be practically the length, width, and height of the Sig Sauer 365. Ruger already has the 10 round magazine for the Security 9, just replace the spacer baseplate on the state compliant magazines with a standard baseplate. Ruger also needs to do away with the unnecessary manual safety on the Security 9, or at least offer a Security 9 pro model without the safety. While I am asking, they should make a single stack Security 9 slim to kill the S&W Shield. Just leave the unnecessary and arguably dangerous magazine disconnect out of it. (BTW, the EC9s did not make the top 5 in either store, but was a good selling unit in both) Ruger Security 9, Security 9 Compact (sub-compact?), and Security 9 Slim, available in both standard and Pro versions. Life would be good! FWIW, store #1 that dosen’t stock Taurus the list was Ruger Security 9, Sig 365, Ruger LCPII, GLOCK and S&W Shield. Store #2 was Ruger Security 9, Taurus G2C, Sig 365, Ruger LCPII, and S&W Shield.