Tom Abbott: Thank you for posting this. I'm a new SR9c owner and I'm wondering what your feelings are regarding the Federal Champion Aluminum 9 mm 115 gr ammo they sell at Wal Mart. I've heard some talk that you could run into some problems with this and maybe even damage the pistol. What do you think? Thanks!
Joseph Puig: I have the SR9. Replaced the factory guide rod with a stainless 20lb guide rod. Very soft shooter. My son and his gf love to shoot it.
music man: incredibly underrated guns
Isaiah 58:13,14: Very Good !!! Well Done!!! still would have liked to have seen you actually work the SR9c trigger, also showing the reset. I don't like the fact that they only come with one mag. Also you never said How much $$$$$$ for each. I'm going to look up now!
NCSUME1: I have them both and love both of them. I think the trigger in my SR9c was better than the SR9 from the factory. I"ve done virtually nothing (other than some minor sanding with 2000 grit and polishing) on the SR9c trigger assembly. The SR9 from the factory was a little gritty, but still had a crisp break. I did go with the ghost trigger for the SR9 along with my standard sanding and polishing to get the two triggers pretty close to identical. I've fired thousands and thousands and thousands of rounds through them both with zero malfunctions. These fire arms are fantastic for the money. I carry the SR9c and keep the SR9 beside my bed.
Cephas Martin: I have both and love them both. The SR9C is my Every Day Carry. I keep the SR9 beside my recliner so it's easy to reach. I would keep it by my bed if it had tritium night sights like I have on my Ruger SR1911S.
Ed Stallion: Happy new year to you. Great and informative review, as always ! I was going to purchase the Ruger SR9 this week( this will be my first 9mm to keep). However, The Ruger company has just sent out an e-mail blast announcing the Launch of a brand new 9mm called " The American Pistol", "pro" version. Please, take your time and let me know what think. I value you objectivity and knowledge.
Austin D: i also live in arizona. where did you get your sr9?
C Hoss: U r dumb!
Charles McCormick: I own this gun. Bought the SR9 back in April. Great gun, accurate, amazing ergonomics and easy/fun to shoot. I haven't had a jam or failure to fire yet. It does have a lot of safety features on it, which I know some gun owners do not like but they don't impede the firing and accuracy properties for this firearm. One thing that was mentioned in you video darkwriter77, you were talking about the safeties and the stamp on the gun about reading the manual before use, I have to say there is a reason the put "Hot Coffee" on McDonalds coffee. There it a reason why they have "Wet Floor" signs. lol. Because people are stupid and Ruger doesn't want to get sued for anything. For what its worth though the gun is amazing. Nice video. have a good one.
InfiniteWisdom: hmmmm decisions decisions....
MCWheezyDaddy: "girlfriend of mine" made me think you have more than one :P
EQ Shelton: Definitely getting the SR9 and the SR9c 4 my wife, 4 home protection here in Fl... The video was a bit dark, couldn't see the darker parts of the gun/descriptions, but GREAT, objective, views on this firearm... Much appreciated...
Richie Hackett: i have a Ruger sr9 and have shot 300 rounds with 4 jams...would not use this gun if my life depended on it firing.
Reginald Harvey: Good review.. Thanks!
Ralph Zobjeck: Just a thought. I think the front sight dot is larger is due to it being further from your eye then the rear. That should give you an equal size dot when you look at your sight picture being the rear blade is closer to your eye then the front. Also when shooting your focus should be on the front sight.
Emil: Well, obviously I have faith in the .32 and I can get 2 or 3 shots off faster. If someone pulls a knife on you, if possible you should be backing up as you shoot just in case your first shot misses, no matter the caliber.
Emil: I had an SR9c and it is a great carry gun. But I wanted to go to the same caliber for carry and home so I sold it and made my Bersa Thhunder .32 acp and my Kel Tec P-32 my two guns. I shoot them both well and as I said I wanted to get down to the same caliber for ammo. The SR9c is definitely good though.
preto shohmoofc guy: Never do any kind of video in front of a light. Such as a window. Always have the light facing towards yourself. Then you'll have no shadows.
Taurus/Hipoint Enthusiast: I have the SR40c (I like the caliber better than the 9 mm) there is a vid on you tube about the trigger improvement in less than 10 min....I did mine ooooooh how much sweeter that trigger is.......Your polishing trigger points not changing out trigger bars..
My Two Cents - Ruger SR9 and SR9C Review (9mm)5
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Tom Abbott: Thank you for posting this. I'm a new SR9c owner and I'm wondering what your feelings are regarding the Federal Champion Aluminum 9 mm 115 gr ammo they sell at Wal Mart. I've heard some talk that you could run into some problems with this and maybe even damage the pistol. What do you think? Thanks! DudewithBuds: I never had a problem with Mario 64 DS controlls I always thought it was better. But I still never liked this game Adam Nugent: just a few questions: is there a particular order the pins have to be inserted? what is the dimensions of the pick that went in first? and do the pins go all the way in or just part of the way? any help is much appreciated. flan453: In your opinion, which is better for hunting at say 40-50 metres? .177 or .22 please?(with a sub-12) Unabashed Geekette: Where did you get the Red Ranger Power Sword? Kyle Britton: i want to crochet a ruffle scarf with regular yarn ,,cant find no where Dave Kana: Nice all the way around, looks like a fine restoration!