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P Series Day at the Range

BuckJM53

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As I was reading a thread regarding the P345 the other day, it reminded me that I hadn't had a "Ruger Only" day at the range in quite some time (especially with my P95 & P345) :eek:


Accordingly, as I prepared to hit the range this morning I purged my range bag of anything that didn't have Ruger stamped on the side. While I shot a little MKIII and SR1911, I spent most of the time reminding myself what I loved about the P-Series.


While they are not the prettiest pistols on the planet, and can't quite compete with my CZs, Hi-Power or 1911s in terms of trigger or accuracy, there is just something I really like about them. Accordingly, I doubt that I will ever sell them :D.







 

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Great shoot'n, Buck. I only wish I could shoot like that.
There is nothing wrong with the Rugers, they are some of my favorites.:cool::flag:
 

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Well they look to me to hold their own. Fine shooting and glad to se you post pics and all.:)
They do indeed hold their own. I would never consider myself at a disadvantage with either one in an HD or SD situation.

Great shoot'n, Buck. I only wish I could shoot like that.
There is nothing wrong with the Rugers, they are some of my favorites.:cool::flag:
Thanks Diesel. My consistency comes as a direct result of a great deal of "aim small miss small" drills in recent years.