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    Ruger SR 40 c

    Post by ThisOlVet on Mon Aug 26, 2013 10:37 am

    One of the first handguns I purchased here in Michigan was the Ruger SR 40c. I was a bit surprised at hope snappy it was. I must say I love this firearm it is rugged, dependable, powerful, and not bad looking. What surprises me the most about this firearm is how light the trigger is right out of the box. It has the lightest trigger of all my handguns. It is an easy handgun to maintain and I can always depend on it. Ruger did a great job with this one. cheers 
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    Re: Ruger SR 40 c

    Post by Fondis Firearms on Sat Sep 14, 2013 6:33 pm

    I agree that Ruger did a great job with the SR series of handguns. I carry the SR9C as my EDC, and I bought the full sized SR9 for range work when I go to places like Front Sight Firearms Training Institute. I just came back from a trip there and I have to confess that in the past I had never used the safety on my SR9... Well, Front Sight demanded that if the gun comes with a safety, I will use the safety while shooting there! Well this was my first time EVER using a manual thumb safety, and I have to say that this is one area that these SR's need some improvement. It was a steep learning curve for me, but the design of this specific safety was a definite hindrance. I am going to try to find a way to put an extended thumb safety on mine, but if I can't find a way to do that, I will probably end up selling both guns. The safety is just too hard to use. Other than that, Great Gun!

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