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Ruger SR9 pistol: Gunning for the Glock, Part 2

PART 2 of 3: I dig the Ruger SR9 pistol. Its another high-value 9mm handgun that seems to give up nothing for its affordable price. My shooting of the SR9 in my Tactical Clinic showed it be a reliable, accurate (even at 100yds!), fast shooting, FUN, and comfortable pistol. When compared against the Nutnfancy standard of 9mm pisitols, the Glock 17, the SR9 does win in the value category but admittedly does come is second in several other categories. But the margins of victory for the Glock 17 against the SR9 are small indeed and with most users, these differences could be negligible. Other uppsides for the SR9 include lightweight carry (27 oz), interchangeable backstrap, well-placed controls, crisp trigger, great sights, sturdiness, good simplicity, high firepower (17 rds!), a chamber indicator (forgot to mention that), and a variety of available finishes. It might be awhile until the accessories market, such as holsters and night sight options, catch up to this Ruger pistol (2008). But the SR9 is selling extremely well and I predict the market will catch up and your accessorizing options will increase. And yes, its too early to tell what kind of track record the Ruger SR9 will establish but I suspect that will be an excellent, equal to much more expensive and established designs. If youre a civilian sheepdog, or law enforcement officer buying your own gun, I would put the Ruger SR9 high on my list of defensive pistol candidates. Nutnfancy Likeability Scale: 9 out of 10

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Ruger SR9 pistol: Gunning for the Glock, Part 1

UPDATE 9/2010: One sample failed reliability tests in my new "Trench Warfare" Handgun Drill. Repeated failures to go into battery. Gun was fresh from box, no cleaning and no lubrication however after cleaning it still continued. Gun was sent to Ruger for repair. PART 1 of 3: I dig the Ruger SR9 pistol. Its another high-value 9mm handgun that seems to give up nothing for its affordable price. My shooting of the SR9 in my Tactical Clinic showed it be a reliable, accurate (even at 100yds!), fast shooting, FUN, and comfortable pistol. When compared against the Nutnfancy standard of 9mm pisitols, the Glock 17, the SR9 does win in the value category but admittedly does come is second in several other categories. But the margins of victory for the Glock 17 against the SR9 are small indeed and with most users, these differences could be negligible. Other uppsides for the SR9 include lightweight carry (27 oz), interchangeable backstrap, well-placed controls, crisp trigger, great sights, sturdiness, good simplicity, high firepower (17 rds!), a chamber indicator (forgot to mention that), and a variety of available finishes. It might be awhile until the accessories market, such as holsters and night sight options, catch up to this Ruger pistol (2008). But the SR9 is selling extremely well and I predict the market will catch up and your accessorizing options will increase. And yes, its too early to tell what kind of track record the Ruger SR9 will establish but I suspect that will be an excellent, equal to much more expensive and established designs. If youre a civilian sheepdog, or law enforcement officer buying your own gun, I would put the Ruger SR9 high on my list of defensive pistol candidates. Nutnfancy Likeability Scale: 9 out of 10

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Long Range Pistol Engagements: Glock, Sig, Daewoo

At the "Nutnfancy Tactical Clinic" shooting the abandoned stove. It's a great target at the 90 yard distance, providing instant hit feedback. Great fun and proof of concept as well. ***Backdrop is the large hill behind the target and shots came from a significant downward angle (so please no "hall monitor" alarmist comments).

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Torture Test Colt's 1911a1 .45 acp

See what happens to a slide and barrel when it is put to the torture test. The slide and barrel are from a 1920's era Colt's 1911a1.

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