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    Cool Latest Ruger LC9s

    Bought one and really like it. The factory trigger is great. I had to get rid of the magazine safety.
    Very few guns have these and they are irritating to say the least. I ordered this one with a manual
    thumb safety. Yup... a thumb safety on a striker fire pistol.

    Bought it online from GunBuyer.com for $279.00 + $3.00 insurance Total $282.00
    No tax... No shipping.

    Great little gun. Not a gun you push hundreds and hundreds of rounds through.
    It does not look like it would hold up to thoudands of rounds.
    Great backup, super light, super small.

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    If they made an aluminum frame that was hardcoat annodized,
    I would buy one and swap it out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by G27Mike View Post
    Bought one and really like it. The factory trigger is great. I had to get rid of the magazine safety.
    Very few guns have these and they are irritating to say the least. I ordered this one with a manual
    thumb safety. Yup... a thumb safety on a striker fire pistol.

    Bought it online from GunBuyer.com for $279.00 + $3.00 insurance Total $282.00
    No tax... No shipping.

    Great little gun. Not a gun you push hundreds and hundreds of rounds through.
    It does not look like it would hold up to thoudands of rounds.
    Great backup, super light, super small.

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    If they made an aluminum frame that was hardcoat annodized,
    I would buy one and swap it out.

    They are also extremely thin for their overall profile. Pull the trigger and they shoot anything. As you mentioned really not for combat, but good enough for backup or CCW.

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    I like mine and carry it a lot. I like the manual safety. Yeah, I'm one of those. About 5.5oz lighter than my G26 which I also love.

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    I have had one a little over 3 years and have run almost 1000 rounds through it.

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    Thumb safeties are long overdue on striker-fired pistols.

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    Well, evidently the 1000 rounds I shot is the life of an LC9s. Sent it in to Ruger for failures to eject and they pretty much did a total rebuild: new barrel, new slide, new recoil spring, and a few new parts on the frame. Sold it and bought a G43.

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    Had one, never liked the thumb safety, so left it off..never really liked to shoot it either..not much fun. Yes, reliable and small and 7+1 standard but much prefer G43..no failures but G43 a wee bit bigger for more FTS(FunToShoot)...

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    Quote Originally Posted by USNRet View Post
    Had one, never liked the thumb safety, so left it off..never really liked to shoot it either..not much fun. Yes, reliable and small and 7+1 standard but much prefer G43..no failures but G43 a wee bit bigger for more FTS(FunToShoot)...
    Strike Industries sells a +2 extension for the G43. I get a full grip and 8 +1.

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    They cost just under $12.00

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    Quote Originally Posted by OHgaz View Post
    Strike Industries sells a +2 extension for the G43. I get a full grip and 8 +1.

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    They cost just under $12.00

    Gaz
    I have plus ones from Pearce now..work great but thanks.

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    Bought a Strike +2..and even tho installed correctly, could NOT get the 8th round in the mag..followed both the video and instructions..not sure what's up..went back to Pearce +1..

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