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The Ruger SR-Series is a line of semi-automatic pistols manufactured by Sturm, Ruger & Company. At 1.18 in (30.0 mm) thick through the grip, it is touted by Ruger as one of the thinnest double-stack pistols available. The SR-series has been marketed as a backup/concealment weapon for law enforcement as well as for civilian concealed carry. 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. The Ruger SR40 chambered for the .40 S&W cartridge came out in October 2010, and the compact SR40c in June 2011.
I have Ruger SR9E 17+1 9mm
The Gun Brand new.
Never been fired.
Its been sitting in my closet since I purchased it.
I do understand "E" means economical package, only one magazine.
I would like get $200 for it.
Anyone else own the 9E? What do you like/hate about it. Have you done anything to yours other than shoot it? Out of the box the trigger was ok. I would have liked front slide serrations. The sights are much better than stock glock sights.
I Shot about 50 rounds through it and decided to take...