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    The Old P90 Ruger ......

    did not do to bad with my handloads.

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    Kimber done pretty good...........

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    Great shooting with some great pistols. Looks like a lot of fun.
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    Not the same fancy stainless model, but this gal will make gnat's shield their tiny eyes if you decide to shoot one!

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    One of the best pistols Ruger ever made. It's a great range gun or home defense. Not so easy to conceal carry.
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    Our only Ruger semi:



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    Quote Originally Posted by jeepnut View Post
    Great shooting with some great pistols. Looks like a lot of fun.
    Any range time is so much fun.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by potmetal View Post
    One of the best pistols Ruger ever made. It's a great range gun or home defense. Not so easy to conceal carry.
    Sometimes I carry it on the farm in a OWB Holster..........
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    Before I bought the pistol in the mid 90s or so....Wiley Clapp done a article in Gun&Ammo on it....He sure praised it. He put the P90 in a Ransome Rest at the Ruger factory where they test fire the pistols. A full mag printed one hole....but I cannot remember the distance in yards....This pistol was my first semi auto
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    My only Ruger is a P-345 I bought new right after they came out.
    For the guy;s who follow Ruger P 3-45's serial numbers mine is 664-038XX.
    Production year 2004.
    It's been sitting in my safe a long time and after reading paulwv thread I had to dig it out.
    My first polly framed pistol.
    Stainless slide and the Red Ruger grip emblem.
    Pretty sharp.

    Sorry for the drift.
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    I've got the P-94 .40 S&W version. It's huge, but reasonably light weight.

    Here's an article: https://nationalinterest.org/blog/bu...uns-ever-40027

    There are many unique features to this firearm's action and overall design. The alloy frame, in particular, is quite innovative.

    The one I picked up was almost an orphan in the shop, and it's used price was too low to ignore. Shop around and you'll occasionally see these reasonably priced.
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