I picked up the SR9c today.

Discussion in 'General Firearm Discussion' started by PlayboyPenguin, Jan 5, 2011.

  1. PlayboyPenguin

    PlayboyPenguin
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    I was torn between it and the SIG P250sc at Brightwater but then I noticed the P250sc there has the old style internals and not the new ones. That turned me off a bit so I went with the SR9c today. Hopefully I will have a range report to go with it soon.

    Here is a quick pic of it just before being sealed in it's little metal coffin to spend it's life under the seat in the car. :)

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  2. keystir

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    I'm so proud of you, I thought for sure you were going to go with the sig. Do you mind letting us know how much lighter in the wallet you are now?
     
  3. oasis618

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    Good choice!
     
  4. jordanvraptor

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    Congrats. How do you like the safety? Will you use it or just leave it off?
     
  5. Drkside45

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    I like the looks of the sr9 and have considered getting one as well.Hope to hear your range report soon!
     
  6. atypicalparkie

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    Cool, man. Ya should make a range report vid, I'd make one with mine but I'd be too embarrassed to show my groupings :rolleyes:
     
  7. jordanvraptor

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    You don't have a 9mm pen? :)
     
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    +1 SOP for match - bring a pen that matches your weapon.:paranoid:
     
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  10. Whitehorse

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    Congratulation on the new SR9c. Picked up a Ruger SR9c last June myself. Other than the not so hot loaded chamber indicator I thought Ruger did a very good job on the SR9c for the price. Spent a little time on tweaking in the sights in for a near perfect POI. So far mine has been reliable and shoots much better than I expected for a 3 1/2" barrel pistol.
     
  11. PlayboyPenguin

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    They stink something awful. Luckily you cannot smell them when they are closed and under the seat.
     
  12. Riot

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    Nice gun! Now all you have to do is daily check the internet for a recall!
     
  13. USMC1345

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    I have read that the only way to get rid of the smell is replace the foam. Read a lot of reviews about people trying to treat the foam to fix the smell, and no method ever worked.

    To PP: I have been considering the SR9c as well. I hope you like yours:D
     
  14. heck333

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    Nice buy. I will be interested in your range report.

    I am a little curious about one thing, though. If this is intended to be a vehicle gun, why did you go with the compact, rather than the full size?

    Greg
     
  15. PlayboyPenguin

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    Because one of my main uses of a "car gun" is to be a back up if I ever find myself without my EDC. So the gun could potentially see holster time. I even keep a holster for my car gun in the glovebox. My "overnight bag" locked in my truck is a cut proof locking bag (which is cabled to the frame) has a larger gun in it (.40S&W H&K USPc with two mags).
     

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