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  • ruger p95

    I was just hired as a reserve officer at a small dept. I know that the issue weapon is the ruger p95. Anyone know anything about them?
    I can't believe I do this for free!

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    I had a p95. I was a decent weapon, but not that good. It is a double action first shot, then single. This is a problem for some folks, because of the different trigger pull from the first to the second shot. I had the gun for a couple of months then promptly got rid of it for a 1911.(a much superior gun)
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    • #3
      it's a good tough gun and will eat just about any ammo you feed it. - trigger pull is a little strange ( it travels quite a distance, esp. compared to my glock). i could never quite get used to it, so i traded it for something else

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      • #4
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        i amnot a LEO, but i have a p95 decock only, i love this gun, its my seconed p95. it is built like a tank and will fire anything. i have fired over 1000 rounds through it without so much as running a cleaning cloth or anything down the barrel with out a single jam (yes i do clean my gun, bu that was my own personal touture test for it one day) i personaly love the ruger and i think you will be very happy with it.

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        • #5
          Ruger makes fine guns, and I own several of them.

          The first production run of the Ruger P95 had a design flaw. If I remember correctly, it had to do with the firing pin being able to launch a projectile when dropped in the decock mode.

          Ruger, being a responsible company, recalled the P95 and made retro-fits for free. The retro-fit was named P95 MK II and the slide was stamped accordingly. I have one of them in my collection.

          If your P95 has the retro-fit, you should be good to go. I agree with other posters that the Ruger is an extremely sturdy handgun which is accurate and reliable in the field.

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          • #6
            I have a P95 and it is ok. Not the greatest but not the worst. I would recommend it as a starter gun but that is about it. Field stripping it is a challenge

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