Ruger’s New SR9c Compact Pistol – Up-Close and Personal

Ruger's New SR9c Compact Pistol – Up-Close and Personal

Ruger SR9c Compact Pistol Black Finish
Ruger SR9c Compact Pistol Black Finish
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Southport, CT –-(AmmoLand.com)- Ruger recently announce the Ruger SR9c compact pistol, the first extension in the SR9 striker-fired pistol family.

The SR9c compact pistol utilizes the same adjustable, high-visibility 3-Dot sight system as its full-sized predecessor, setting it apart from many compact pistols that rely on fixed sights. New serrations are located on the front portion of the slide, making it easier to both manipulate the slide and to press check the chamber.

The SR9c is available with a glass-filled nylon frame and through-hardened slide in either a brushed stainless or blackened finish. State compliant variations are available where necessary and ship with two 10-round magazines.

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Ruger SR9c Compact Pistol Blackened Finish
Ruger SR9c Compact Pistol Blackened Finish
Ruger SR9c Compact Pistol Brushed Stainless
Ruger SR9c Compact Pistol Brushed Stainless
Ruger SR9c Compact Pistol Brushed Stainless
Ruger SR9c Compact Pistol Brushed Stainless
Ruger SR9c Compact Pistol Brushed Stainless
Ruger SR9c Compact Pistol Brushed Stainless

About Sturm Ruger:
Sturm, Ruger was founded in 1949 and is one of the nation’s leading manufacturers of high-quality firearms for the commercial sporting market. Sturm, Ruger is headquartered in Southport, CT, with manufacturing facilities located in Newport, NH and Prescott, AZ.

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    STEVEN

    Fellas, if you “work” the gun DRY, no ammo, until a tiny bit smoother, then oil and shoot, it usually solves the hangups……thats universal, actually……some, no, some are just lemons I guess, tolerance levels too forgiving at the factory, but most of these issues can be solved, sometimes its even the AMMO itself causing the problem……..again, tolerances too forgiving. One more thing, higher grain rounds will work better buy design, if used in the above procedure even faster. I had a whole box of 9’s I had to polish before they would work to my liking once……..thats kinda sad……..:0)

    Bob Kosty
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    Bob Kosty

    polish the feed ramp, fixes most failures to feed like you describe..on almost any brand of new gun…

    Randy Hicks
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    Randy Hicks

    I bought a new SR9C due to the feel of the grip. I began practicing with it and never made it through a magazine without a hangup. no matter which magazine or what ammo I tried, it would hangup with the bullet of a round stopping on the feed ramp. I could bump the slide to force it to feed but, I didn’t want that to be normal practice in case I actually had to use it to defend my family. I ran approx 400-500 rounds through it to see if it was a break-in issue but the problem was… Read more »

    Alan B
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    Alan B

    I have a SR9c and have experienced the exact same problem. It was sent back to Ruger and the problem persisted. My dealer then sent it back again and I received a totally new gun. Unfortunately, once again the gun would jam every 100 rounds or so. Like yourself, it jams on the feed ramp. This weapon is the most unreliable I have ever owned. It appears to me that this is a product defect with the feed ramp. I have tried many diff types of ammo and the problem persists. I thought perhaps I was limp wresting when I… Read more »

    GREG EDWARDS
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    GREG EDWARDS

    Ht getting a permit, And could you run my info to see about getting it for me. Im looking one for pertection, I’ve got rifles but would like to own a hand gun.Please email me back and let me know the procedure of getting one. Thank You

    Sam
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    Sam

    These guns have polymer frames. Take a little sandpaper and lightly knock down the serrations.

    Jo Ann
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    Had a S&W Sig, was too big for my small hands. Traded it in on the SR9c and love it! The serration is sharp, hoping it will dull with time. Shoots nice and accurate. Very happy with this pistol.

    Craig
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    Craig

    I purchased my sr9c two tone 5 weeks ago $419.99. Upon first inspection and dry firing my biggest gripe would be the sharpness of the serrations (several small cuts on my weak side hand brought me to this conclusion). I have only taken the sr9c to the range 3 times. The first time I shot approx. 90 rounds and had 3 jams. I'm new to automatic hand guns, and probably didn't have it cleaned properly before use.(new auto pistols are filthy from the machining process). Since the first outing I have shot some 300+ rounds with no jams. The trigger… Read more »

    Jim
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    Jim

    Just purchased the SR9c two tone model (I can see the fornt sight better than the solid black model for some reason) for $429.95

    in NC.

    It goes to the range this weekend. After two hundred rounds or so, it will be my carry pistol.

    Jim
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    Jim

    I know a lot of people like the new Ruger SR9c and I love the gun, the looks the safety but two things bother me that I wish Ruger would keep working on. There are a lot of things that snag your clothing all over the pistol and I have a small hand with a matching short thumb. The pistol feels great in my hand but in griping it tight enough for shots that may count a lot, I am affraid that I will not be able to trust having a tight enough grip on the handle since my thumb… Read more »

    Greg
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    Greg

    Slated for Jan 15th shipping I believe.

    Rob
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    Rob

    When is the Ruger SR9c coming on the market and for estimated how much?