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    ccm
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    Ruger P95

    I have been looking at a Ruger P95 for a gun to keep in my truck. I have searched these and other forums but can't find much comment on this gun. I would appreciate it if anyone could offer their opinions on this model.

    Thanks in advance for the input.

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    I have a P95 and I will say it is fairly accurate, a smooth shooter, and totally reliable. Mine probably only has 6-700 rounds but has never failed.

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    From my experience with the P-series pistols, they are sturdy, reliable and a good buy. It would make an excellent truck gun.

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    Because you cannot guarantee that your truck will never get broken into, it's not a good idea to keep a firearm where unauthorized persons can get to it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hberttmank View Post
    From my experience with the P-series pistols, they are sturdy, reliable and a good buy. It would make an excellent truck gun.
    The Ruger P-series do make good truck guns. Had a P89DC for a lot of years. Sturdy, reliable, and good buys. Yep.

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    If not for the huge back order a couple months ago (when I was buying), I'd own a P95 right now.

    The P95 is arguably the best value in 9mm autos out there. Pretty consistently everyone agrees that they're an accurate, solid, reliable weapon......for $300 to $350. You can't hardly beat that.

    I've previously put rounds through a P89, and was happy with that gun as well.

    Hopefully they've gotten ahead of they're back order issues, and you'll be able to find one at the appropriate retail price!

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