handgun, pistol, firearm, Ruger SR40, .40 S&W

Ruger SR40

Ruger followed up on its popular SR9 with a model chambered in .40 S&W.

By Guy Sagi (RSS)
April 22, 2011

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For a detailed review of the SR40, click here.

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7 Responses to Ruger SR40

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  2. Richard (Duffy) Spies says:

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  6. Pranab K Baul says:

    I am interested to buy a hand gun. I never had or used. But do I think I should have one. Please advice, Thanks. Pranab

  7. Randy says:

    I purchased the SR40 in January. I had a Taurus PT99 before. My 9mm was a sweet shooting gun, but a little large for ccw. I researched a lot of pistols before making my choice. Read a lot on the heavy duty spring that the sr40 uses to absorb the kick of the 40. This really impacted my decision. The Ruger is highly rated as one of, if not the smoothest shooting 40 on the market. I have to agree with them. This pistol doesn’t kick as bad as my brother’s SR9. Accurate right out of the box. I paired it with a Blackhawk Serpa holster, and I couldn’t be happier. I’m sure there are a lot of people that think differently about it, but I would put the Ruger SR40 up against any pistol out there. It’s very easy to control. The trigger reset is fantastic. And for me, it’s the perfect sized handgun. I’ve owned numerous guns in my life, and this one has to be at the top of the list. Try one and you will not be disappointed.

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