JORGE L B
[2 of 5 Stars!]I have always been a big fan of Ruger\'s weapons, I love their revolvers and never had a gripe about any of their guns that I own, but, I find myself not very please with this LC9. I use a crimson trace laser and it seems that the barrel moves around a little to much for the laser to be as accurate as it is with my other pistols equipped with the same laser setup. Just a \"tad\" off is a couple of inches at 15 yards one way or a couple more the other way, it\'s impossible to compensate.
I don\'t plan on shooting long distance but you want the most accuracy that you can muster.
Buds on the other hand is as reliable as ever, fast shipping, good price, layaway, what else can I say.
Go team Buds!!
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[4 of 5 Stars!]Bought the LC9 with crimson trace, was very excited because I had good things about it on reviews. At this time i had shot about 600 rounds through the gun, absolutely no problems with it what so ever, laser was great and stayed on target through all the rounds once sighted in. (sighting in wasnt bad at all just be very careful because the adjustments are in a plastic casing and would be easy to strip.) Everything about the gun i loved except for the trigger. The hammer fire trigger was very far toward the back and the reset was very far forward. The actual break of the trigger was great but the pull was not very comfortable for me. This leading to inaccuracy and i couldnt get a constisant trigger. This trigger may be good for you, i suggest going to a gun shop that will allow you to take your own snap cap or they have ones for you to try to you can try the trigger and not dry fire it. That way you are aware of the trigger and can make your own decision. Otherwise gun was great, perfect CC gun. I am a glock person i decided to trade for a glock 19 and went back to my roots!Show More Reviews...