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Ruger 3200 LC9 7+1 9mm 3.12" Reviews

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90 Reviews. Average Rating:    4.5 of 5 Stars!
5 stars:
   
80% (72 of 90)
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by Andrew M Monday 09 January, 2012
Excellent and stout engineering here in this little cannon. It is slim and ergonomic and thats why I carry this gun everywhere, not to mention for ths little package talk about power in the 9mm. The only gripe I have is that it outshot sigs and XD's at the range the first time, the second time I couldnt hit anything. I did adjust the sights on it so we'll see how she does. Im sure itwill do fine like I said it really screams quality. its the best pocket semi-auto on the market in my opinion.

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
by Eric L Friday 06 January, 2012
This is a great pistol and with 200 rounds this gun did not malfunction in any way. I'm very happy with this pistol and glad I chose this pistol. The only thing negaitive about this pistol is that there is so many safetys on it. I wil love to take off the magazine disconnect off, it's very annoying. I also have to say Bud's is the best in the busness.

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
by Andrew B Friday 30 December, 2011
I purchased this pistol a few weeks ago, and I must say I am very impressed. The gun functioned perfectly during a brief trip to the range. It appears to be very well built as well as more ergonomic than most pistols. The long trigger is something to get used to, but overall I feel very comfortable with my purchase, especially considering the price. As for the safeties, the manual safety can be manipulated naturally upon drawing, but I'm not a fan of the magazine safety. Overall if you're looking for a solid, reasonably priced pistol, this is it.

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
by David P Tuesday 27 December, 2011
This really is a sweet little gun. Everyone should know full well that this has multiple safeties so I tend to ignore poor reviews when people are just whining and complaining, etc. That being said, I personally enjoy the idea of having the safety options. I say options, because it is completely up to you whether or not to to actually use the safety and there are very detailed instructions for other mods (which will probably void your warranty, so I personally don't plan on trying any of them) should you decide to go that route. As previously stated, this has a very long DAO trigger pull. Like any other gun, it just takes some practice to get used to. It isn't a smooth glock-like trigger, but it isn't the cost of a glock nor is it as bulky. The weight is very manageable and with practice, my aim has greatly improved. I'm a new carry permit holder and by no means an expert, only owned this gun a couple of weeks, but I have a blast taking this thing out to the range (pun intended.) I did experience one FTE within the first 50 rounds or so, but I take the blame. I was still learning how to comfortably grip this gun and basically limp-wristed it. Over 400 rounds later I have yet to experience any other issues despite using a few different (extremely cheap) ammo brands. Lots of holster options out there and a great cartridge to carry. This gun gets 5 stars.

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
by Lee W Wednesday 21 December, 2011
I rate this handgun 5 stars. Excellent value for a CCW. With the right ammo, your best bet for concealment, accuracy, and handling. After 200 rounds, still 5 stars.

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
by Casey T Thursday 15 December, 2011
I purchased this gun as my primary CCW weapon after looking at the SR9c being too big, and the .380 LCP being too small. This gun is in the Goldilocks zone as far as CC goes! It is perfect. This gun chews through any and all ammunition I have put through it. Have over 500 rounds with ZERO malfunctions. Eats up my 124gr PDX1 carry JHPs without a hiccup. I'm hitting 3" groups at 15 yards consistently and anything less than that I can double tap spot on. This gun is very accurate given it's size, long heavy trigger pull and short barrel. The trigger does take some getting used to. I traded in a P95 with a DA/SA so I am kinda used to a heavy DA. As soon as a trigger kit comes available for the LC9 I will try it out, but out of the box with some practice and training, you can be very accurate. The only reason I am giving it 4 stars rather than 5 is because I, like many others, am not crazy about the excessive safety features PLUS, Ruger only sends 1 magazine which in my case would only load 6 rounds. To Ruger's credit, they sent me another one free with no questions asked. I carry mine with the safety off and one in the tube, but for people who don't feel comfortable that way, the safety is very, very natural and intuitive to brush off. I find myself doing it without even thinking about it and it is situated and designed in such a way that you won't actuate it ON accidentally. Very nice design on Ruger's part. I HIGHLY recommend this gun. I would trust my life with it any day!

Rating:     4 of 5 Stars!
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