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In this video we take an old school single stack 45 ACP we found at Moss Pawn and Guns out to play. The older “P” Series from Ruger represent a very good value today on the used market for a reliable and rugged handgun. Stay tuned, much more on the way.

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7 thoughts on “Ruger P90

  1. My p95 is one of the best shootinf pistols i own. Feels better in the hand and thr recoil is pretty good. Beats the glock by a mile in my opinion.

  2. The original P85 was designed with the Army’s M9 competition in mind, hence the hammer-drop safety. It came out too late to compete, though. Ruger tested the pistol by cutting away one side of the slide, and shooting another with a plugged barrel. The design stood up to both. Ruger does castings for the aerospace industry, so they know their stuff.
    I used to have a KP85MkII, ‘K’ designating stainless steel, and it was indeed a solid, reliable pistol. The trigger was long and mushy, but nothing you couldn’t get used to.
    I believe the trend to polymer/striker-fired pistols forced Ruger to move to newer designs.

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