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post #1 of 23 Old 11-17-2009, 04:14 PM Thread Starter
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Ruger P90 .45

Anyone ever shot a Ruger p 90? There is a guy here at work that is selling one for $200.
Comes with a holster and 2 clips, thats all I know about it right now. I am going to take a look at it tomorrow and hopefully get some more info.
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i loved my p90, never any issues, very sturdy pistol imo

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i loved my p90, never any issues, very sturdy pistol imo
sweet that's what I wanted to hear.

I will gonna buy it tomorrow

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If I was you then would be buying it tonight and not waiting for morining. That is a steal
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If I was you then would be buying it tonight and not waiting for morining. That is a steal
Thats what I thought, he told me I had first dibs on it
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i have one in 40 smith&wesson. LOVE IT. and 200 bucks is a steal.
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Man tonight has been good to me. I just scored 1000 rounds of Federal "american eagle" ammo for the .45 for 50 bucks!!!!!!
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"it shoots like an extension of your hand" nice gun, firm grip, easy to swing, like any ruger firearm
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"it shoots like an extension of your hand" nice gun, firm grip, easy to swing, like any ruger firearm
This will be my first ruger, so I had no idea what to expect, Im going to go pick it up here in a little while
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i shot a p85 once and i didn't like it....had a looong trigger pull.

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