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ruger p95dc

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by tblt, Dec 31, 2007.

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  1. tblt

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    Has anyone had good or bad results with this gun
     
  2. Spyvie

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  3. deltaroc

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    I have owned a P95DC for about 4 months and have had nothing but great luck with it. It eats anything I feed it as well as my hand loads. No FTF, FTE's etc. My hand loads are all speer 147gr hollow points or hornady 115gr. hp/xtp. It shoots well, and is as accurate as I can be.......as far as I am concerned it is way better than my former 9mm, the Taurus 24/7 pro. I got rid of the Tarus for the Ruger.

    Delta
     
  4. Nikdfish

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    A P95DPR is my currently daily carry. No problems with any ammo type so far. It's the piece I use for annual LEOSA recertifications ...

    Nick
     
  5. bhurlebaus

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    I have had my p95dc for a couple of years now with no problems or failures. I lost count of how many rounds I have through it and I would highly recommend it to any of my friends or family.
     
  6. Blarelli

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    Over 20,000 rounds and only one jam (stovepipe). The single action on it has gotten incredibly light, and it is very easy to shoot well with, even for people with little or no experience.
     
  7. sagebrushjim

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    Had this one for a few years and it has gone thru quite a few rounds with no issues at all...

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  8. Racer X

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    My KP-95DC had a funky extractor when new, and I just got them to mail a new extractor to me.
     
  9. Blue Brick

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    Can't go wrong with a Ruger.
     
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    i had one of the newer ruger p95's. i liked it i was reliable, and ate anything that i feed it. it was a little big for my hand and i am not a da/sa fan and i just didn't shoot it as well as i would have liked. if ti would have fit me better i would have kept it. i wouldn't hesitate to suggest it to someone.
     
  11. boalex207

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    My new one is enroute, as we speak, from CDNN.

    I'll post a review after I break her in. This will be my first Ruger.
     
  12. putteral

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    Got my KPDPR15 back in September and I love it. No FTF's at all. Over 2000 rounds and counting. Guys at the range are amazed. It is my daily carry.
     
  13. vzenmn

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    I have an old model P95DC that has only given me one problem that was fixed by sending it back to Ruger. since then it has worked extremly well with the exception of one bad mag and some reloads that had the bullets seated too far out.
     
  14. greenjeans

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    I've had one since they first came out and have never had a problem of any kind and cannot remember even one failure.
     
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    The newer ones seem to have a better texture to the grip and even seem a tad slimmer. Is that just my memory failing about the older ones or are they actually slimmer. I was really tempted to buy the last one I saw.
     
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    I've had a 95DC for about a year and a half. This is my girlfriend's favorite pistol except for maybe the Sig P220. I don't get to shoot it much anymore because because she puts it and a couple of hundred 9mms on her table at the range every time we go. And then she precedes to burn them up.
    It isn't a pocket pistol, but it is reasonably accurate and very sturdy. For her it is a good combination of power and weight, very controllable even with +p loads.
    I don't know how many rounds have been though this piece but we try to go to the range weekly.
     
  17. Apple a Day

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    I've owned two: one older model and one never. I made the mistake of giving the first to my brother so I had to go out and buy another one for myself. Chunky but reliable and fun to shoot.
     
  18. hotpig

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    I have had several. I think the new ones are a lot nicer feeling than the old ones.
     
  19. Keeterbird

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    I have had a 95DC for several years not. Over 1K through that. One stovepipe and that was the bullet problem. Smooth and accurate. It is dependable, both for firing and POA. Can't miss with this baby.

    I'm even one of those who do not think it is ugly!
     
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    ive owned a few over the years very nice guns for the money built like tanks typical ruger very reliable. kinda slick to hold onto but easily fixed with a slip on grip.
     
  21. shamus

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    I had one, and no problems with it. A good, solid firearm.
     
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    I liked my P95 so much I bought a second one, a P95D.
    My mom liked my first P95 so much she bought a new KP95DPR15 (whew that's a long name! :D ) for herself.
     
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