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Ruger 3200 LC9 7+1 9mm 3.12" Reviews

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87 Reviews. Average Rating: <span itemprop="ratingValue">4.5 of 5 Stars!</span> [4.5 of 5 Stars!]
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by Daryl C Sunday 22 May, 2011
I wanted to upgrade my first impression of the LC9 from 4 to 5 stars. The gun is getting smoother with use and after shooting another 100 rounds with 100% reliability I am carrying it as my CCW. It does shoot 6" low with +P ammo but dead on with practice ammo. Make sure you shoot some rounds with the ammo you are going to carry in the gun. Finding a holster to fit is another problem and there are no after market triggers or night sights out yet because it's so new. Any way there is no perfect gun so just learn to live with what you have and practice with it then clean it and you will be ok with this gun.

Rating: <span itemprop="ratingValue">5 of 5 Stars!</span> [5 of 5 Stars!]
by Richard H Wednesday 18 May, 2011
Picked up pistol yesterday from FFL. Have not been to range but manipulated various controls for function check. Pistol is very "tight" and hopefully will loosen up after break in period. For example, it seems very difficult to get the takedown plate all the way down to clear the takedown pin. Slide does not return all the way to battery from lock back unless you "let it fly" on its own. Like I said, minor issues that should self-correct with use. Installed Hogue Handall Jr. Fits hand well and is very concealable in a Crossbreed Mini Tuck. Plan on carrying it with Gold Dot +P Short Barrel rounds. Need to get to the range and see how she performs. Hopefully this weekend.

Rating: <span itemprop="ratingValue">5 of 5 Stars!</span> [5 of 5 Stars!]
by John G Tuesday 17 May, 2011
My first time buying a gun from buds, every thing went smooth, now about the ruger lc9 ive put about 200 rounds in everything works great, the recoil is not bad sites are great , the safties dont bother me but im shooting about 25ft getting about a 4 inch circle which isnt bad but im also shooting about 6 to 8 inches low useing 4 differant brands of ammo. i think it will get better as i get use to shooting it.

Rating: <span itemprop="ratingValue">5 of 5 Stars!</span> [5 of 5 Stars!]
by Terry W Friday 13 May, 2011
This gun is perfect for concealed carry in a pocket without a holster. I do not like the mag safety but other than that this gun is the best. Trigger pull takes awhile to get used to. I really like the small precise sights. I don't like the pink extension. Safety lever is always needed on a pocket gun. The gun fits great in your back pocket and most people will think its a wallet when really you have a man stopper nestled on your right ass cheek. I feel safe with this gun. It's the perfect size. Glock 26 and other subcompacts are a waste of money because they're still to big. This is just right. You can't shoot more than 100 rounds with this gun at the range because it makes your finger bleed.

Rating: <span itemprop="ratingValue">5 of 5 Stars!</span> [5 of 5 Stars!]
by Daryl C Friday 13 May, 2011
Received LC9 in just a few days from Bud's. Delivery was perfect as usual. The Ruger is very well made. Has a very long trigger pull. It's going to take lots of practice rounds to master it. It never misfired during the first 100 rounds. Sights are perfect, some of the best on any gun. I don't like the take down procedure, it's a terrible design. Ruger could have done better. This a good pistol but some of the features make it seem below Ruger's typical standards. I can live with the loaded chamber and safety levers but would trade those worthless features for another magazine. The gun is the same size as my Kahr p9, but it is 2/3rds the cost and 1/2 the value. Look at the new CW9 for a little more money. Bud's sells those too. I would rate it a five star for price and brand name but can only give it a four because of total value.

Rating: <span itemprop="ratingValue">4 of 5 Stars!</span> [4 of 5 Stars!]
by Yuthika K Thursday 05 May, 2011
I bought this gun for my wife to carry instead of her Kahr CW9. In accuracy and in size the they are the same; however, my wife likes the grip on the Ruger much better than the Kahr (the Kahr's texture is too aggressive and hurts her hand). We also like that it has a thumb-safety. We figured that my wife could put one in the chamber, have the gun in her hand with the safety on, and have her hand in her purse. If she needed to, she could quickly neutralize a threat without being conspicuous. As other people have mentioned Ruger has placed too many safety features on this gun. One of the most annoying is the mag disconnect-lock that binds the trigger so you cannot fire during a reload. As a result of this feature I broke the trigger and mag springs and had to send it back to Ruger for repair. I called Ruger,explained the situation and they sent me a mailing label with no questions asked. Ruger does stand behind their products. Knowing how fragile this gun is we do not plan on using it as a primary concealed carry weapon but I'm going to keep it as a backup.

Rating: <span itemprop="ratingValue">4 of 5 Stars!</span> [4 of 5 Stars!]
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