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    SouthSideScubaSteve is offline Junior Member
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    Quote Originally Posted by Holly View Post
    Yes and no. After last night's conversation, my husband disabled mine. The trigger feels the same.
    Thanks for the info!! Looking at the exploded parts diagram, I couldn't see how one would affect the other, particularly since the trigger mechanism is in the frame/grip and the Mag Safety mechanism is in the slide!!

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    Let me just put in a good word for the mag disconnect. I have it on my SR40C and appreciate it as a good safety device when handling the gun. To me that is more important than a slight reduction in trigger pull, if that indeed does occur. You should get into the habit of slamming the mag home in any semi-automatic to secure the mag. (If your gun has a tendency to fire when the mag is slammed, get a new gun.) The Ruger trigger pull is good for a defensive gun - not too light and not too heavy. Practice with it and you will get better accuracy.

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    Re: SR9 Mag disconnect

    Is there any way to tell the difference between the 3314 and the 17 at least any easy way? Thinking about buying a used one and would like to tell one way or the other.

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    The 3314 & the 3317 are the same gun but the 3314 comes with one 17rd mag and one 10rd mag whereas the 3317 comes with two 10rd mags, therefore the different model numbers.

    Ruger SR9c Models

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    Re: SR9 Mag disconnect

    So then there isn't an sr9c that has the magazine disconnect removed by ruger correct?

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    Yep but if you buy used, the previous owner may have removed it before selling the gun to you. The mag disconnect can be removed easily after you take out the striker assembly. You can also order it from shopruger.com (it costs $33 + the $2 spring + shipping).

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    Ah ok. thx

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    I have the SR9 & the SR9c both in stainless. I love them!

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