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Ruger 3200 LC9 7+1 9mm 3.12" Reviews

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Product Reviews Ratings Summary
95 Reviews. Average Rating:    4.5 of 5 Stars!
5 stars:
79% (75 of 95)
4 stars:
8% (7 of 95)
3 stars:
5% (5 of 95)
2 stars:
1% (1 of 95)
1 star:
7% (7 of 95)
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by Doyle W Tuesday 08 August, 2017
I really love this LC9. Abslutely no issues! VERY reliable! Doyle Webb

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
by Ron B Sunday 02 April, 2017
This LC9 was my first experience with Buds after speaking with a friend who highly recommended them. He was right!

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
by Paul N Sunday 18 January, 2015
I purchased this Ruger 3200 LC9 in August of 2014. I love it. Perfect concel gun.I do not feel the long pull on the triger is all that bad. It does kick,but I thing it's perfect.

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
by Brad N Tuesday 25 November, 2014
This little gun gets a lot of bad-rap because of the trigger. Get used to it. It's such a reliable gun, the trigger weight is a minuscule issue compared to it's advantages. If you're trying to shoot 25 yard sub MOA with a concealed carry single stack 9mm, get your head checked. With the trigger issue out of the way, I'll explain some of my likes and dislikes about the gun: Dislikes: 1. "Magazine detach safety" - didn't like the fact that it cannot be fired without the magazine inserted, apparently this function can be disabled though. Not a deal-breaker for me, just have your magazine fully seated when you're carrying. 2. Loaded chamber indicator - "second kind of cool" issue that just bugs me, doesn't affect anything but the looks. 3. External thumb safety - hard to actuate, but easy to de-activate, which is a plus in high stress situations. I just leave the safety off and got a good holster for it, so technically this became a non-issue anyway. Likes: 1. Reliability - flawless shooting, enough said. 2. Reliability - yes, re-iterating the fact. 3. Accuracy - 2 MOA rapid fire at 7 yds. standing, more than sufficient for a concealed carry, single stack 9mm. 4. Size - really easy to conceal, especially for a 9mm. This is my go-to gun if I cannot conceal my Glock 19 or XDm without brandishing/printing. 5. Ergonomics - stippling on handle is amazing and I'm a sweaty guy. Enough said. Likes outweigh the dislikes. Great gun, you would be doing yourself a favor to trust your life to this legally concealed weapon.

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
by Hector E M Sunday 27 July, 2014
Excellent conceal carry gun, good quality ,fired 250 rounds not a single malfunction. I definitely recommend this gun.Thank you Buds for you outstanding service.

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
by Ray H Monday 05 May, 2014
Just the right size for my Kangaroo shoulder holster. Also very comfortable with the Desantis 001 Thumb Break Scabbard Belt Holster. It funtions very well and inspires a lot of confidence compared to the Taurus PT-145 and Taurus 709 I used to have. Rugers are reliable. I've put about 400 rounds thru this with zero problems. Ruger manufactures their own 9 round mag for this - so it works well and looks good with the pistol if you want ot carry it with more rounds - like I intend to while gold prospecting. Also fired it with CCI snake shot and it will cycle these rounds also. The pistol is well rounded and just looks cool - like something James Bond would carry. Bud's was good keeping me informed as to the progress of the shipment. Zero problems from Bud's. There are cheaper pistols out there, like the SCCY 9mm which are probably pretty good, but a friend convinced me to go with Ruger for the reputation. Glad I did.

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
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