Is Ruger LC9 discontinued?

Is Ruger LC9 discontinued?

Keep reading to find out if the Ruger LC9s fits the bill for you. *2020 Update* The LC9s is now discontinued but several places still have it in stock or even used.

Is Ruger LC9 a good gun?

The Ruger LC9s is a lightweight, highly concealable nine millimeter pistol that ably functions not only as a home defense gun but also a concealed carry or backup weapon. Larger and more powerful than its predecessor the LCP, the LC9s is an excellent choice for those who want power in a discrete package.

How many rounds does a Ruger LC9 have?

The LC9s is a good deep-concealment pistol with the added benefit of being chambered in 9mm. It is thin, light, and can carry 8 rounds.

What’s the difference between the Ruger LC9 and LC9s?

Ruger surprised the shooting community a couple weeks back with the release of the new Ruger LC9s, a striker fired version of the popular LC9 concealed carry pistol. The LC9s has a much shorter, lighter trigger than the LC9, leaving the shooter with less trigger pull to have to manage.

What does Ruger LC9s stand for?

Lightweight Compact 9mm
The Ruger LC9 (standing for “Lightweight Compact 9mm”) is a 9mm caliber, recoil-operated, locked breech, hammer fired, semi-automatic pistol announced by Sturm, Ruger & Co.

What does Ruger LC9S stand for?

Is the Ruger LC9 plus P rated?

The LC9s is rated for +P, but Ruger recommends a limited diet of that ammo because it will wear out the gun faster. That’s fine, as you should only use +P ammo to make sure they will work in the gun. Never use +P+ ammo in the LC9s.

What does the S stand for in the Ruger LC9s?

The accuracy of the LC9s was more than adequate for a subcompact semiauto’thanks in large part to the striker-fired trigger pull. The “s” in the LC9s stands for striker fired, and the change from the hammer-fired design of the original LC9 brings a much easier and crisper trigger pull.

Which is better Smith & Wesson 686 or Ruger GP100?

The stock 686 has a clear advantage over the GP100 here: out of the box, the trigger of the 686 is smoother, with noticeably less stacking and a cleaner break in double-action and a precise, short single-action pull. Nevertheless, bone stock, the 686 is better.

Does Ruger still make the LC9?

Ruger recently discontinued the original hammer-fired LC9 in favor of the improved LC9s. The newer design has a much lighter trigger that’s easier to control for better accuracy.

What is the difference between Ruger LC9 and EC9?

Ruger also makes the EC9s too, an economy model of the LC9s. The primary difference is that the sights of the EC9s are machined into the slide, rather than dovetailed in. That means they aren’t adjustable and swapping them for, say, night sights or fiber optics would require a trip to a machine shop.

What is a Ruger LC?

Ruger LCP. The Ruger LCP (Lightweight Compact Pistol) is a subcompact, .380 ACP pocket pistol announced by Sturm, Ruger at the 2008 SHOT Show.