Has anyone any pros or cons on Ruger’s “Security” lines of pistols? I’ve seen nothing but good reviews on these, especially on the .380, with its optional 10- and 15-round magazines, and internal hammer design.
I’ve had my Ruger Security 9, now for 3 years, and go to my local range weekly and have no issues with it. I would recommend it .
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I don’t have any experience with their Security line. I have owned all three versions of their LCP line at one time or another. The LCP 2 I got was a lemon that I had to send in to be fixed. They replaced almost everything but the frame and it worked great after that. The LCP 1 and LCP Max worked perfectly right out of the box.
Had mine now for 3 years, not one problem great gun !!
Seem affordable and I’ve seen good reviews.
The Security 9 is a great choice. Big enough to be not too small while being small enough to be not too big. Can be CC’d in a number of ways, is very reliable, and shoots well and accurately (meaning it holds “minute-of-bad guy” groups to any reasonable distance.)
Another advantage is that it shares ammo and magazines with the Ruger PC-9 making it a good ‘load out’ combination.
Try one out; I think you’ll like it.
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I Have had a security 380 for around 6 months now and in shooting I find it to be a great firearm. Easy to use and easy to rack. Great fit for a iwb holster. it uses the same mag as a security 9 with a insert to take the 380 ammos. Would recommend to anyone. Thanks
I haven’t tried a 380 yet, or any Ruger but o like the reviews on them. I think I prefer 9mm. Deciding if I want a security 9. Like I said. Reasonable price with a quality firearm is the ticket.
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