Congrats on your two new slide guns.
Picked up a Ruger EC9s today plus two extra mags and a Hogue handall
Oh... While I was there I picked up the lite rack 10+1 Ruger LCPII .22lr
Just opened the boxes and exploring them now
Range reports soon
Congrats on your two new slide guns.
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Congrats. You sure have been busy buying now let us know how the handle.
The EC9s is a very good carry gun at a great price. My nephew carries one and is very happy with it.
Just checked the log and I've bought 32 since June of 2019 and have traded about 1/3 of those away and gifted several to my adult children
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Don't like either one yet...
Shot at 30' today - standing, two handed and one handed, no rest used
Ruger EC9s 7+1 9mm
Ruger LCPII 10+1 .22lr
- like: it fits in Shield holsters
- like: it shoots at point of aim (important for a fixed sight gun)
- dislike: you can't rack the slide with safety on (I didn't do my homework... Could have found that out before)
- dislike: you can't ... And I mean can't, put the safety on with your shooting hand-thumb. It goes down (off) ok but not up
- dislike: the reset is SOOO LONNNGG that I tried to shoot several times and hadn't reset the trigger (i'd be dead had I used this for SD)
- I'm selling this ASAP
- disappointed I didn't do my homework better on this $200 gun
LCPII lite rack 10+1 .22lr
- this also shot at point of aim
- reset is ok and a good trigger
- I like this little guy
- however... I got about one failure to feed from every mag-full I shot
- plus I had more light strikes than I've ever had on other .22s
- I won't be trying a different brand of ammo... I have no tolerance for finicky guns
- I'll take it out a few more times to see if she'll straighten out ... Else I'll be 0 for 2 on these cheap little guns
My other Rugers operate just fine
- full size SR1911 .45
- commander size lightweight SR1911 9mm
- SR22 .22lr
- MKIII 22/45 lite .22lr
- Wrangler SA .22lr
Thanks for the range report. I also find the EC9S and LC9S difficult to train with, but both are good shooters if that is all one can afford. Appreciate your honest review of the lcp2 22, I am still ruminating on if I want to try one out.
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Nice set of Rugers ! Those look really nice. Can't wait for your range report !
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Very nice congratulations!
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1. Can't work the slide on a 1911 with the safety on, either.
2. Shoot it like a DA revolver and don't worry about "reset."
I paid $175.00 for mine OTD at a pawn shop. Hogue Handall, 3 magazines (one 7 round/two 9 round), and a DeSantis holster bought on line.
I'm carrying this now because my back and hips don't like the pressure exerted by my Model 65-1 or even my Model 12-2.
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