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04-26-2018 07:22 PM
Rushcreek The Beretta is the quarter horse, the Ruger is the Clydesdale. An excellent pair of pistols. The double strike capability of the Ruger comes in handy when you have a high primer like that. I've got to get a Beretta.

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03-19-2017 11:11 PM
Keith1
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Originally Posted by glockmeister View Post
Good enough for serious social work, if the need ever arises. Run a few hundred more rounds through the P95 and it should go bang every pull of the trigger. Good luck with both. Take care. John.



Good Shooting! Strange about that M95 however. I have had one of those since the late 1990s and it's never failed yet.


Regards, Keith
03-19-2017 11:20 AM
glockmeister Good enough for serious social work, if the need ever arises. Run a few hundred more rounds through the P95 and it should go bang every pull of the trigger. Good luck with both. Take care. John.
03-18-2017 05:35 PM
Alderman
A couple of pistols

Got a chance to put a couple of mags through the Beretta M9 and Ruger P95 today.

Shooting some handloads with 115 grain plated bullets.

1st Target is M9 from about 10'yards. Firing as fast as I could get on the target. No pistolero but close enough to do damage if engaged.

2nd target is the P95 with a lazer for most of them. The lower ones are open sights. Had two ftf with the P95. No mark on the primer. Both fired fine when cycled back through.





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