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GUNS, Ruger LC9 9MM LASERMAX DA PISTOL, $355 at Sportsman's Outdoor Superstore

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10/14/12 9:57 PM
Personally, I'm not a fan as its painful to practice with, but given that it add a laser sight and is $45 cheaper than Bud's as well as other competitors, it's worth a post.

The LC9 is a double-action-only, hammer-fired, locked-breech pistol with a smooth trigger pull. Control and confident handling of the Ruger LC9 are accomplished through reduced recoil and aggressive frame checkering for a positive grip in all conditions. The Ruger LC9 features smooth melted edges for ease of holstering, carrying and drawing.

Factory fitted Trigger-guard-mounted laser from LaserMax
One 7-round magazine
One finger grip extension floorplate
Soft case
Gun lock
Instruction Manual
Spent casing

Caliber: 9mm Luger
Capacity: 7+1
Barrel Length (inches): 3.12
Barrel Material: Alloy Steel
Barrel Finish: Blued
Slide Material: Through-Hardened Alloy Steel
Slide Finish: Blued
Grip Frame: Black, High Performance, Glass-Filled Nylon

10/14/12 9:57 PM
Ruger LC9 9MM LASERMAX DA PISTOL [ image/jpeg - 24.96kB ]
10/15/12 2:30 AM
I remember the last time the same deal was $350 on Sportsman's Outdoor Superstore like either early or mid year. I don't recall if the shipping is free or not.
10/15/12 6:08 AM
Free shipping?
10/15/12 7:08 AM
miizer said:   

Free shipping?

yes. once you put it in your cart, you see:

FREE Standard Shipping
10/15/12 7:30 AM
Not a fan of all the safeties, but good deal for those that need them
10/15/12 11:56 PM
poison7FL said:   

Not a fan of all the safeties, but good deal for those that need them

Can you please elaborate?
10/16/12 7:56 AM
Richardito said:   

poison7FL said:   

Not a fan of all the safeties, but good deal for those that need them

Can you please elaborate?

Reasons some people don't like safeties:
1. one more thing to remember in an emergency - i.e., your life is in danger and you draw, aim and pull the trigger and nothing happens. Woops, forget to flip off the safety.
2. if you leave the safety off because of the above, risk that you draw and accidentally engage the safety and again, you pull the trigger and nothing.
3. safeties may encourage reliance on mechanical parts that may fail.

On the flipside, there have been many negligent discharges that could have avoided with the use of a safety (or with the use of trigger finger discipline).

I don't like safeties on my defensive carry pistols, but I am very attentive when it comes to trigger finger discipline as well as keeping the trigger guard covered in a holster.
10/16/12 8:50 AM
No offense, but if you regularly practice with a gun with a safety, and actively engage/disengage like you should, those concerns shouldn't really exist outside of an extra 1/2 second to turn the safety off.
10/16/12 8:59 AM
What is the purpose of the spent casing?
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