Who else shoots Ruger?

Mar 3, 2010
800
Summerville
#1
Now that we know about my AR, here's my pistola. Ruger P-95PR. Just have a few hundred rounds through it since last summer but I love it. Hasn't had a malfunction yet no matter what ammo it eats. At the ATP combat shoots I use their Wolf 9mm, makes a nice fireball. :mrgreen: Here's a stock photo. No modifications nor do I know if there are any available. Only bad thing is there is no holster for it. SERPA makes one for the P-95 without the rail and Blackhawk told me there are producing one, but nothing yet. I use a little Uncle Mikes generic that works okay. May have to just make one myself.

 

Kazhrei

New Member
Jan 4, 2010
83
Hill AFB, UT
#2
kg4kpg said:
Now that we know about my AR, here's my pistola. Ruger P-95PR. Just have a few hundred rounds through it since last summer but I love it. Hasn't had a malfunction yet no matter what ammo it eats. At the ATP combat shoots I use their Wolf 9mm, makes a nice fireball. :mrgreen: Here's a stock photo. No modifications nor do I know if there are any available. Only bad thing is there is no holster for it. SERPA makes one for the P-95 without the rail and Blackhawk told me there are producing one, but nothing yet. I use a little Uncle Mikes generic that works okay. May have to just make one myself.

I know there are a few places here in utah that will do custom molded holsters for whatever firearm you want. I'm sure there is at least one or two in your area that might be willing to.

God knows plenty of folks on another forum I frequent love to spend their spare time making custom jobs on their own.

p.s. My wife has been eye-balling the ruger sr9, although after looking at other makes/models, I think she's doing what I'm doing: "I just can't pick one!" *stares at display case*
 

armedpig

New Member
Nov 12, 2009
203
#3
I've got an older P95 and it is one of the most dependable guns I own. It goes boom and cycles every time I pull the trigger. It will eat every thing I have put through it. It's like an AK to me. I have never had any FTE, FTF, with any standard ammo. The only kind of ammo it won't cycle reliably are the CCI shot shells, but I knew that when I bought them.
 

jonyrotten

New Member
Nov 13, 2009
147
Kershaw, SC
#5
yep, i own a few rugers. best damn guns i've ever owned. post a pic of yours why dontcha? i've got an 85 that my dad left me and an 89 that rottie bought me. a couple of blackhawks and a couple of single sixes from the 50s, a 10/22, a mini 14, a mark 2, just got an LCR, oh hell, i could go on and on...

the 89 fits a fobus taurus 24/7 holster, don't know if yours will
 

Pops

Administrator
Sep 26, 2009
600
Charlotte, NC
#6
I have a PD89 in 9mm that I really enjoy shooting.
This series is Rugers 1911 model. I like the decocker and other safety features as well as the sturdy feel.
It shot well the couple of times I took it out. I haven't had it long.
I'm mostly a Glock shooter, but I'm open to try new things.
I put a set of Pacmayr grips on it. Very nice gun.

thanks for asking!
 

HHB Guns

New Member
Dec 13, 2009
725
Summerville, SC
#8
My carry gun is a LCP. In the pocket and don't even know its there. My only complaint is it hates hollow points. I polished the feed ramp and it helped a little. Its still my baby though.
 
Nov 13, 2009
147
Kershaw, SC
#11
well, hell, i'm sure i've posted this somewhere up here, but it couldn't possibly be posted anywhere better than in a ruger thread. i present....THE SISTERS in .357, one old, one new



purty, ain't shes?? ignore the 5.56, that's just some shit that was lying around
 
Mar 3, 2010
800
Summerville
#15
Blackhawk finally has a Serpa CQC for the P95 with the rail. I can't complain, the little generic nylon holster was fine, but I really wanted a Blackhawk. ATP has a couple so I grabbed one. Draw is real smooth and the release mechanism is right where my finger lands when I reach. Neat think is you get the belt mount and a paddle, so you can go either way. Anyone that has the P95PR, the stock number is 410512BK-R.
Chris
 

Pops

Administrator
Sep 26, 2009
600
Charlotte, NC
#16
I've been looking at the Blackhawk molded holster for my PD89, I've been a little bit hesitant over the paddle. It looks like it would be a pinch factor when I sit in the car. I'd hate to remove it whenever I sat down. The belt loops look comfortable, but, of course, then I can't easily remove it any more even if I wanted to go in where I can't carry. Decisions, decisions.
I like leather, but The molded rig with the release tab is calling out to me.

Let us know what you think after you've worn it for a while in various scenarios.

They make the same holster for several guns I own. Blackhawk could get a lot of business from me.

Also, I just put a Ruger GP100 in Stainless on law-a-way. I got a great price on it and it looks like it has not been shot more than a box of shells total.
;)

 
Mar 3, 2010
800
Summerville
#17
Never owned a wheel gun before but I played with one of these at the last gun show. Ruger LCR Revolver, LaserGrips Installed, 38 Spl, (Lightweight Compact Revolver), +P. No need for the laser grip though. I couldn't believe how smooth the trigger pull was. Haven't seen one for less than $450.00 so it will be a while.

 

jmt2566

New Member
Oct 15, 2009
371
James Island, SC
#18
I guess that I just rejoined the Ruger family with my recent purchase of an LCP .380, so far it seems to be a great little pocket carry / BUG.

I had a P89 years ago that I wish that I had never gotten rid of! :cry: