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Gunbuyer.com - Ruger LC9s PRO 9mm Semi-Auto Striker-Fired 3.12″ 3248 - $299 w/ FREE SHIPPING **Back in Stock**

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Last Edited by Medic311 May 2, 2015 at 10:57 PM
GunBuyer.com just got the Ruger LC9s PRO back in stock. Price is $299.99 w/ free shipping. Get one while it's still in stock. It went OOS very fast last time

For those wondering about the differences between the LC9s and the LC9s PRO:

"The Ruger LC9s Pro has no external manual safety or magazine disconnect."

OOS: LC9s Pro: https://www.gunbuyer.com/p-65069-...-3248.aspx
LC9s: https://www.gunbuyer.com/p-65068-...-3235.aspx

If you want spare mags: http://www.ebay.com/itm/Ruger-LC9...559303186?
$34 w/ free shipping is hard to beat when these mags are difficult to find as is. plus you can use and/or earn eBay bucks

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GunBuyer.com just got the Ruger LC9s PRO back in stock. Price is $299.99 w/ free shipping. Get one while it's still in stock. It went OOS very fast last time

For those wondering about the differences between the LC9s and the LC9s PRO:

"The Ruger LC9s Pro has no external manual safety or magazine disconnect."

https://www.gunbuyer.com/p-65069-ruger-lc9s-pro-9mm-semi-auto-striker-fired-312-3248.aspx ["https]


If you want spare mags: http://www.ebay.com/itm/Ruger-LC9-LC9S-7-Round-Magazine-W-Extension-90363-/191559303186? ["http]
$34 w/ free shipping is hard to beat when these mags are difficult to find as is. plus you can use and/or earn eBay bucks

Find a FFL Directory: http://www.gunbroker.com/FFL/DealerNetwork.aspx ["http]
Great gun. I've had one for a few months and have had no issues at all. It is very easy to conceal if you add a Techna Clip.
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I've shopped at GuyBuyer before... just not for guns.......... LMAO
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I've shopped at GuyBuyer before... just not for guns.......... LMAO
haha

so did you grab a PowerPro from that other thread?
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so did you grab a PowerPro from that other thread?
teehee

Nah, I'm still in the market for a 3500-4500w. But my wallet isn't in the market till May.
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teehee

Nah, I'm still in the market for a 3500-4500w. But my wallet isn't in the market till May.
but you just bought a LC9s Pro? LMAO lolol


set an alert for the Durostar / Duromax generators that frequently go on sale for $279. 3500W running and they have 240V output, wheel kit, etc
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but you just bought a LC9s Pro? LMAO lolol
No, that's called laziness in giving rep! lolz
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set an alert for the Durostar / Duromax generators that frequently go on sale for $279. 3500W running and they have 240V output, wheel kit, etc
I have just generator since I like to see what goes up. But probably won't be any more sales since I can't buy one NOW laugh out loud
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Great site, bought a gun from them about a month ago.
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I wouldn't recommend the LC9. They had a trigger issue at some point. In general it does not have a smooth trigger.
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I wouldn't recommend the LC9. They had a trigger issue at some point. In general it does not have a smooth trigger.

this is the LC9S dude................... Confused

there was never a "trigger issue" with the LC9...people just didn't like the length of the trigger pull
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this is the LC9S dude................... Confused

there was never a "trigger issue" with the LC9...people just didn't like the length of the trigger pull
Well, I had a trigger issue w/ the original LC9. The extremely heavy and long trigger pull made the gun difficult for me to fire accurately. Even after a trigger kit was installed, I didn't like it. Sold it and bought an M&P Shield 9mm and never looked back. Until now. I'm looking at buying another Shield without the safety and/or this LC9s Pro. Handled one at the local gun shop yesterday and liked it. Decisions, decisions...
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Wow that is a great deal! I love the LC9 and LC9s. Both are great guns am IMO for the size, weight and caliber they are the best option out there for concealed carry.
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Well, I had a trigger issue w/ the original LC9. The extremely heavy and long trigger pull made the gun difficult for me to fire accurately. Even after a trigger kit was installed, I didn't like it. Sold it and bought an M&P Shield 9mm and never looked back. Until now. I'm looking at buying another Shield without the safety and/or this LC9s Pro. Handled one at the local gun shop yesterday and liked it. Decisions, decisions...
right, many complained about how it was designed. it wasn't a defective design or anything though - not an "issue" as in a defect that warranted a recall or safety fix. it was a preference thing.
there are many who also didn't care about the trigger. if it was so bad you would see LC9's being sold for pennies on the dollar b/c they would have flooded the resale market by now. but you don't b/c people are still keeping them

anyways to go back to the LC9S. yes it's a night and day difference. i have the LC9S non-pro version. i was really itching for the pro version to be honest, but i figured it would be prudent to get the one with the external safety since many times i just throw the LC9S into my pocket with an average holster. if you pocket carry with the pro i strongly strongly urge you to get a really good quality holster
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right, many complained about how it was designed. it wasn't a defective design or anything though - not an "issue" as in a defect that warranty a recall or safety fix. it was a preference thing.
there are many who also didn't care about the trigger. if it was so bad you would see LC9's being sold for pennies on the dollar b/c they would have flooded the resale market by now. but you don't b/c people are still keeping them

anyways to go back to the LC9S. yes it's a night and day difference. i have the LC9S non-pro version. i was really itching for the pro version to be honest, but i figured it would be prudent to get the one with the external safety since many times i just throw the LC9S into my pocket with an average holster. if you pocket carry with the pro i strongly strongly urge you to get a really good quality holster

I had the LC9. Didn't like it. Much prefer the Shield. I think that if most of the people that bought an LC9 actually shot it and compared it to other small 9s that many of them would sell them. I know 2 people that bought them for their wife but neither of them have shot them.

The LC9 kicks like a mule. Much worse than my XDS in .45. That plus the long trigger made it very hard to actually hit what you were aiming at, imo.

I cannot speak about the LC9S because I have no experience with it.

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I had the LC9. Didn't like it. Much prefer the Shield. I think that if most of the people that bought an LC9 actually shot it and compared it to other small 9s that many of them would sell them. I know 2 people that bought them for their wife but neither of them have shot them.

The LC9 kicks like a mule. Much worse than my XDS in .45. That plus the long trigger made it very hard to actually hit what you were aiming at, imo.

I cannot speak about the LC9S because I have no experience with it.

GG
Never seen a 9 that kicked like a mule.
I don't care for long trigger pull but it wouldn't be a deal breaker.

As for it not being smooth, that would be a deal breaker and odd since the Rugers I've shot both rifle and pistol were very smooth and consistent.
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