Your story is similar to my own. Had a P95, let it go to thinking I could find better. Nothing compared, so I bought a stainless one. Congrats on reacquiring a great pistol.
I have not yet fired a complete 15 rd. magazine without at least 2 jams and I have put a couple of hundred rounds through it. I took it back to the dealer and he "couldn't find anything wrong with it".
He told me I needed to learn to hold it....I otld him I'd been shooting pistols for 30 years and I didn't need a pistol that I had to hold my mouth a certain way to make it fire.
If you've been shooting for 30 years, then the probability you're limp wristing the P95 is low. When it "jams" what exactly are you experiencing? Failure to eject? Failure to extract? Failure to feed? Double feed? Does it happen with a specific magazine, or any magazine you use?
IMO, dealers helping with a malfunctioning pistol is hit-or-miss. None want to acknowledge the existence of an intermittent function issue on a gun they sold because they don't want to deal with it. Call Ruger Customer Service.
My P95 had failure to feed issues right out of the box. It would not chamber the first round of a fully loaded mag. Ruger customer service asked me a few pointed questions to try and resolve the issue over the phone. They then sent me a pre-paid UPS label to ship it back to them for diagnostic and repair. It took 11 business days (including shipping transit) to get it fixed. Ruger even sent me a gun cloth and a thank you note for being a customer.
My P95 is now problem free.