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Ruger I'mma LCP and LC9'er

Discussion in 'Ruger Club' started by fbecke, Dec 29, 2012.

  1. fbecke

    fbecke

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    Just bought them about a month ago....never shot the nine yet, though.....
     
  2. fbecke

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    10/22 and Mini 14, I forgot.....
     

  3. wrenrj1

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    Got em both. Practice, practice with them both, alot.
     
  4. fbecke

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    Hurricane Katrina destroyed my M77R in .308
     
  5. fbecke

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    My Mini 14 is my second one....Katrina saw it stolen out of my house in Chalmette. Probably damaged from sitting in saltwater for weeks before the thief decided to illegally remove it from the first floor.....
     
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    The Ruger CEO sent me a 25.00 gift certificate for my loyalty. His name is Michael Fifer. Was nice to get. Ordered two t shirts - one for my son and one for me....
     
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  7. MinervaDoe

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    The polymer frame makes the LC9 surprisingly forgiving.
    As suggested above, the long trigger pull may require a lot of range time to master.