I just discovered him today - very knowledgable and wow can he shoot!
Not trying to hi-jack this thread but does anyone have the Ruger LC9? I have one on hold to purchase tomorrow. Currently have a Ruger 10/22 and want to add a handgun for home defense and concealed carry. I really like the LC9 but also like the LCR 22 revolver because it uses the same amo as our 10/22. LC9 and LCR 22 are two totally different guns and I am having a hard time deciding. Any opinions or experience with these would be appreciated!
The LC9 is by design a defense pistol that properly fed and aimed will stop an intruder. Not so much for anything smaller than 9mm. On the other hand, the lC9 has several bells and whistles, like a manual safety, a loaded chamber indicator and an action lock key (all less than useful in a double action only pistol.) If you are willing to commit to learning the pistol at the range, then it will serve you well at social distances.
I really like the LCR 22, but not if I want a pistol that will make someone stop trying to kill me right now. For home defense I would lean to at least .40 S&W or larger.
I am a female who has a Ruger LC9 for concealed carry with a crimson trace laser. My other 9mm are too large to conceal carry and I it shoots well-not much recoil for a small 9mm.
I am a female who has a Ruger LC9 for concealed carry with a crimson trace laser. My other 9mm are too large to conceal carry and it shoots well-not much recoil for a small 9mm.
Just picked an LC9 up for my wife. Haven’t had a chance yet to fire it... soon.
Seems like a good balance of power versus size.
My father-in-law just purchased the Ruger LC9. He has shot a couple hundred rounds and likes it a lot. I like the size for concealed.
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