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Ruger 3200 LC9 7+1 9mm 3.12"
[3200]
$358.00
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by stephen t Tuesday 27 March, 2012
purchased and arrived fast from buds, took gun out had several issues in 1st 13 clips , used 3 different brand of ammo same issues in each brand, by the way gun was stripped and cleaned before 1st shooting session, sent it back to ruger and they did a bit of work on it, when returned cleaned it and went out to the range , 7 clips same problems, seems like a good gun when holding fits hand well , carries well, bad trigger very long and hard, will give it a 3 because ruger is willing to take it back and give a new one or a refund if looking at this gun see if u can shoot 1 before purchase , a little more money might buy a better gun andsave you a headache. i figured it would shoot like my sr9 ,like comparing a apple to a rock

Rating: 3 of 5 Stars! [3 of 5 Stars!]
by Harvard B Monday 20 February, 2012
Bought this pistol for my wife for Valentines Day because nothing says I love you better than Ruger Firearms. I added a Crimson Trace trigger guard laser because I wanted her to have the "instictive grip on" and not have to think about it. I picked up the pistol in-store but had the laser shiiped from another warehouse to home, everything was said and done in 5 days. Buds is as always awesome! I have to say this pistol is a sweet little gun, the gun sightes themselves are dead on and the laser didn't require any adjustment it was dead on impact point out to at least 50 feet. I fed Blazer aluminum cased ammo through it with out a hitch, it also tears down super easy for cleaning. Nice compact package fits in my front pocket easily, I am very pleased and will probably buy myself one for concealed carry instead of my 1911. Thanks Again Buds!!

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
by Robert B Sunday 19 February, 2012
This is a great weapon. If you use one of Bud's "preferred ffl dealers", be sure to verify the shipping address. I used a "preferred dealer" who had moved to a new location; as such, it took nearly three weeks to receive the shipment. Other than this mix-up, the transaction was smooth. One thing I would like to state first off is that the previous reviewers who complained about the "inoperative takedown door" were likely incorrect in their assessments. To open a "stiff" takedown door, insert the edge of a dime between the bottom of the slide and the top of the takedown door. Then, gently twist the dime in a counter-clockwise motion. The door should effortlessly drop down. Now, on to the specifics: Concealability: The LC9 would be easy for just about anyone to conceal if the correct holster selection was made. That said, I would not consider this to be a "pocket pistol." I am a pretty big guy (6' 1" 240 lbs) and I only have a few pairs of pants that fit this pistol. The weapon is extremely light and compact, which makes for easy, comfortable, all-day concealed carry. Reliability: Anyone who has ever purchased a new Ruger knows that they come caked with grease. After picking up the LC9 and performing a thorough cleaning, I fired 50 rounds of FMJ and had 8 misfires/failure to load a subsequent round. I performed a light cleaning and fired another 50 rounds with 2 ftf/ftl's. After performing a 3rd cleaning (this time, a thorough cleaning), I was able to put through 200 rounds of various brands of ammo without a single glitch. The moral of the story is that if you keep this weapon clean, it is as reliable as they come. Performance: Performance wise, the LC9 is incredibly accurate out to 15 yards. The recoil is substantial but definitely manageable. The long, medium weight trigger pull was easy to get used to. Overall: In my opinion, this is by far the best option out there unless you are looking for a true "pocket pistol." Personally, I would be afraid to trust my life to anything smaller than a 9 mm. The accurate, highly reliable, and easy to shoot LC9 is a fantastic weapon for anyone looking for a CCW.

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
by dan f Monday 13 February, 2012
After only shooting the gun 2 times (with non +p) the extractor fell out. Sending the gun back to Ruger. I really liked this gun and wanted to keep it as CCW, but have no faith in it at all. I have great respect for Ruger, but i'm going to have to stick with my SP101. Waiting to hear from Ruger on how they plan to fix the gun. Great service from Buds though

Rating: 1 of 5 Stars! [1 of 5 Stars!]
by eric e Saturday 11 February, 2012
missouri , gun shot good at the range not much recoil for a short barrel no problem with federal or winchester ammo no jams , the triger takes some time to get use to since u got to pull it all the way back but atleast its not a heavy pull , shot pretty good at the range better than 380 , easy take down to clean, i like the size better than any 380 easier control , over all good gun

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
by Joseph P Tuesday 17 January, 2012
Was deeply disappointed in this purchase. Bud's did their usual great job, but then the new Ruger curse came into play. I looked the gun over before the transfer and didn't notice that the take down door was inoperative, so back it went to Ruger without a round fired. Lousy service from Ruger but I did get an apology from their President. Got it back in 3 weeks with the door fixed, but after 50 rounds the rear sight fell off during a reload and the gunsmith at the range got it back on, but 5 rounds later, it slid over the the left and the gun was inop again. Guess I got a lemon and a half so I traded it off for a Springfield XD compact. Not a pocket carry but it fires without fail. I am done with Ruger, which is sad since I have several of the older models that I love. Hope they get their quality issues figured out!

Rating: 1 of 5 Stars! [1 of 5 Stars!]
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