Ruger SR40C

Ruger has introduced the Ruger SR40 pistol. The SR40c is the compact version of the recoil reducing, striker-fired SR40 pistol, one of the slimmest and most ergonomic full-sized .40 caliber pistols on the market today. The SR40c is based on the same high-performance glass-filled nylon frame as those used on the popular SR9, SR9c and SR40 […]

By SI Staff (RSS)
July 1, 2011

Ruger has introduced the Ruger SR40 pistol. The SR40c is the compact version of the recoil reducing, striker-fired SR40 pistol, one of the slimmest and most ergonomic full-sized .40 caliber pistols on the market today.

The SR40c is based on the same high-performance glass-filled nylon frame as those used on the popular SR9, SR9c and SR40 pistols, offering the same, great ergonomic features, including a slim frame, short trigger reach, reversible backstrap, and ambidextrous controls. The SR40c features a through-hardened, stainless steel or alloy steel slide with Nitridox Pro Black finish. Serrations on the front portion of the slide make it easier to manipulate the slide and press check the chamber.

“The SR40c provides all of the benefits of a full-sized handgun without the recoil often associated with smaller .40 caliber pistols,” said Mike Fifer, Ruger CEO. “The SR40c offers yet another strong concealed carry option from Ruger, perfect for personal protection or law enforcement plain clothes and backup applications,” he continued.

The Ruger SR40c pistol has a 3.5-inch barrel and an overall length of 6.85 inches. The pistol weighs 23.40 ounces and features a height of 4.61 inches, with the same slim 1.27-inch grip width (across safety levers) as the full-sized SR40. It has a fully adjustable 3-dot sight system and an integral accessory rail that accommodates most lights and lasers. The SR40c offers modern safety features such as a visual and tactile loaded chamber indicator, striker blocker, trigger safety, magazine disconnect and an ambidextrous, frame-mounted manual safety.

The SR40c ships with two magazines that provide options in both capacity and grip size. The standard magazine holds nine rounds and features a flat bottom butt plate; a finger grip extension floor plate included. The second magazine features a grip extension and holds 15 rounds, instantly transforming the smaller, compact grip into a full-sized grip. An anti-friction coating is applied to the magazine body to reduce the force required to load the magazines to full capacity.

For shooters living in states or locales where magazine capacity is limited by law, an SR40c that ships with two, nine-round magazines is offered.

For more information on the Ruger SR40c, or to learn more about the extensive, award winning line of Ruger pistols, rifles, revolvers and shotguns, visit Ruger.com.

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6 Responses to Ruger SR40C

  1. Dale says:

    I just test fired and then purchased an SR40 C in black. It shoots pretty well and doesn’t have the kick that my 1911A1 has and definately isn’t as bulky, however, finding an inside the waist belt holster isn’t easy, most of the holsters are for other models and makes. I have the Combat handguns book and the article by D.B. Pridgen mentions the `Desantis Sof-Tuk holster which is not easy to locate, also it lacks the laser sight info capability that crimson trace has put on my Springfield 1911A1. I would like any info you can supply that would make this weapon easier to carry and give me the added advantage for laser sighting in darkness. Otherwise, I think this is a fine Ruger product.

  2. Dave says:

    Check out Whitehorse holsters. I ordered an IWB holster for the sr40c accessorized for a CT-201 railmaster. They have options for many other lasers as well.

  3. bragundon says:

    One of the best guns I’ve ever owned, very clean recoil which allows for quick and easy resighting. The gun is manufactured extremely tight, so allow a good 200 rounds thru the firearm to ensure extra reliability due to breaking in period. Otherwise a fun reliable gun.

  4. Larry says:

    My SR40c is a great gun! I didn’t think it was possible, but I like it even better than my SR9c. It is very accurate and a pleasure to shoot.

  5. Harry says:

    My father in law is looking for a laser light for is ruger 40c anyone know a web site that sell them. Thanks Harry.

  6. antony. says:

    Comments…good

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