Is Ruger SR9c still made?
The Ruger SR9 chambered for the 9×19mm Parabellum cartridge was introduced in October 2007, and the slightly smaller SR9c came out in January 2010….Ruger SR-Series.
|Cartridge||9×19mm Parabellum SR9, SR9c .40 S&W SR40, SR40c .45 ACP SR45|
How much does a Ruger SR9c weight?
Perfectly sized to be comfortable and controllable, the SR9c™ compact pistol is slim at 1.27” wide, light at just 23.4 oz. * (when empty), and is only 6.85” in overall length. D-shaped ambidextrous magazine release are easy to reach and actuate. 17-round magazine** with grip extension adapter (5.58” overall height).
What color is the safety on a Ruger 9mm?
WHEN IT COMES TO SECURITY, SIMPLE AND AFFORDABLE IS HARD TO BEAT.
|Style:||Coyote Brown Cerakote®|
Does red mean the safety is on or off?
When it comes to firearms, red means, ready to fire. Your firearm should have a safety that locks the firearm from being able to fire. When the safety is on you cannot see the red dot. When the safety is taken off there is a red dot, which means the firearm is now ready to fire.
When did the Ruger SR9c come out?
Ruger SR series
|Produced||October 2007 – Present|
|Variants||SR9, SR9c, SR40, SR40c, SR45, SR22|
|Weight||26.5 oz (750 g) SR9 23.4 oz (660 g) SR9c 27.25 oz (773 g) SR40 23.4 oz (660 g) SR40c 30.15 oz (855 g) SR45 17.5 oz (500 g) SR22|
Why buy a Ruger SR9c?
The web of your gun hand sits perfectly under the SR9c’s slide, eliminating the need to “choke up” on the love handle. The righteous Ruger also lines up with the axis of your arm with unconscious ease; assuring proper positioning for another oft-neglected firearm fundamental.
Is the Ruger SR9c James Bond’s gun?
Next Post▶ The Ruger SR9c is a deeply sexy handgun. Our two-tone tester’s perfect proportions, sleek striations and over-sized alphanumerics say Bond, James Bond, in a way that even the Walther PPK can’t match. In fact, the rugged yet suave Ruger shares many of the Bond gun’s best bits.
Why is my SR9c so hard to break in?
You might also check your ammo, it could be underpowered and not pushing that slide all the way back on discharge, especially if you’re using hand loads. The recoil spring on brand new sr9c’s is beastly during the break-in period due to its dual-spring design.
Does the SR9c have the same safety as a Glock?
While the SR9c has the same trigger safety, since there’s virtually no take up I would not feel comfortable carrying it like my Glock as the lack of take up makes me feel the slightest bump could make it go off. I practice with the safety, & it’s quite easy to get used to flipping the safety off as you bring the gun up to fire.