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I just trade my P95 in after owning it for 15+ years. I think it is a great gun for the money and shoots great, you will like it. I just had no use for it and had not shot it in a long time, so I figured someone else could get some use out of it. I had a much older version than the one you got.

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First off, good luck and happy shooting. Ruger makes a fine gun for the money.


Anyhow, i must tell you, when i opeded the picture, the first thing i saw was the made in the USA sticker. I was sold right there! I have recently purchased several firearms, including 2 pistols. ALL were made here in the good ole USA. And, imagine this, they all work like a clock, including my new Ruger SR40.



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brought the ruger to the range this morning.


very happy !


operated flawlessly, easy to shoot and very accurate.


the only negative and it's not really a negative would be the long trigger pull.

after a few rounds i was getting more used to it.


i have two other handguns, a taurus and a sig....and i do like them both

however, i think the ruger has quickly become my favorite.


i highly recommend the p95.

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