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    Ruger LC9

    Anyone seen one of these in person yet?
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    I think firework stands stock those on the shelf between the M80s & firecrackers, right?

    That sounds like a pretty stout round for such a little, plastic gun.

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    I want one!

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    Wouldn't have one on a bet! No left handed safety.

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    Safety?

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    Looks like Ruger has copied Kel-tec again. I will stick with my PF-9.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jayspapa View Post
    Looks like Ruger has copied Kel-tec again. I will stick with my PF-9.
    Yep. If that's a favorite platform, the kel tec is the best buy.

    Otherwise I would say that the Kahr 9mm's and the Taurus 709 are better options.

    I can think of almost no reason to pay a premium to Ruger for stealing a design and charging more for it. Particularly since it's not +P rated, and therefore just marginally better than a modern .380 with modern ammo.
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    When Ruger copied Kel-Tec and came out with the LCP, I think they surpassed the P3AT. I hope the same is true of the LC9. I'll get one if it's any good.

    I haven't been disappointed with a Ruger product yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vandil View Post
    Anyone seen one of these in person yet?
    Not me, they're supposedly shipping Feb 1st. Some of those who frequent Shot Show would have had a chance to see it first hand. I guess I'll have to start making those trips from now on...make it my duty to my students as an instructor.

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