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    mojowkng is offline Junior Member
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    To buy or not to buy: Ruger P90 45 caliber

    1st post (read: be nice): I am being offered a Ruger P90 45 caliber stainless for $425 or best offer. Owner claims less than 50 rounds have gone through the unit. Any opinions on this model and price?
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    Mojowkng

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    They're good guns and practically tanks. The price seems a little high to me, but I don't really know the going rate for those Rugers. A search on Gunbroker or other sites should tell you how good the price is. Good luck with whatever you decide.

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    mojowkng is offline Junior Member
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    To buy or not to buy: Ruger P90 45 caliber

    Quote Originally Posted by BeefyBeefo View Post
    They're good guns and practically tanks. The price seems a little high to me, but I don't really know the going rate for those Rugers. A search on Gunbroker or other sites should tell you how good the price is. Good luck with whatever you decide.

    Welcome to the forum.
    Thanks for the input and tip on gunbroker.

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    If it matters any, they're to be taken out of production for 2011.

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    I am not a huge fan of Ruger P series sights and triggers. But the gun is a well made design and is built like a tank, as stated above. Once again, that is a little high for a used RUger, even with only 50 rounds thru it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shipwreck View Post
    I am not a huge fan of Ruger P series sights and triggers. But the gun is a well made design and is built like a tank, as stated above. Once again, that is a little high for a used RUger, even with only 50 rounds thru it.
    Roger that on sights/trigger. Friend had an early one, a real clunker. But being Ruger, they seemed to have got the thing right now and I wouldn't mind a slightly "loose" .45 ACP that could double as a club if need be! Really, I like 'em fine at the right price.
    Eli

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    I've had 2 P90s. Sold the first KP90DC and bought a Glock 30. While I like the G30 just fine, I wished I had my P90 back so I bought another P90. The price sounds slightly high to me also but I'd probably go that high on a K (stainless)P90 DC (decock only). If you are comfortable taking the innards out, the trigger parts can be polished with Scotchbrite and it can be excellent.

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