As soon as Ruger introduced the P-90 in 1991, we couldn’t help but notice, they’re ugly. Part of that comes from the late Mr. Ruger’s German background; after all, these are close kin to the Walther P-38. We’ve always liked the weight, 31.5 ounces compared to steel frame 1911 and Smith & Wesson 4500 weights in the 40 ounce neighborhood. Our local customers have always liked the feel, reliability and accuracy of the P-90. The factory serrated grips have been suitable enough that only occasionally do we outfit one with replacement Hogue or Pachmayr grips. Our local folk, including poor honest police officers, put great stock in the P-90’s safety features, their firing pin safeties and their ambidextrous decocking safety the puts the car in park, so to speak, and leaves it there; the Ruger’s safety, however, leaves the pistol readily accessible due to its on-slide placement. The one piece beveled end metal guide rod ensures accuracy and uniform lockup even with a very dirty gun, and the close lateral tolerances on the barrel-to-slide fit guards against windage errors during firing sessions. The P-90 comes with two magazines, and Ruger magazines are the least expensive of all domestic pistols of quality. For our Southpaw shooters, the Ruger’s magazine release doesn’t need reprogramming, it comes from the factory fully ambidextrous. And most important, Ruger P-90s will digest anything you put in them, from sloppy crimped lead semi-wadcutter reloads to steel case Russian to the finest match grade Federal rounds. Anything. The Ruger will shoot anything. They always ignite CCI Primers, Remington Primers, anybody’s primers. They are incredibly simple to disassemble and reassemble, not, mind you, that they won’t shoot dirty. Other specs are: traditional double- and single-action semi-auto pistol; 4 1/2 inch stainless barrel; capacity 7 + 1 rounds of .45 ACP ammunition; .315 short spur stainless Commander type hammer; .400 wide smooth face combat trigger, anodized alloy frame with stainless barrel, steel internal parts; lanyard ring equipped mainspring plug; three dot drift-only adjustable sights; Ruger padlock and steel magazine loading tool, instruction manual and fired brass case. Own the P-90 in the photo, Brand New in Box, or one of its identical mates for only $ 429.95. Not transferable to civilians in Chicago or New York City.
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Handguns: $15 flat fee shipping to the lower 48 states; $20 to Alaska, Hawaii or Puerto Rico, USPS Priority Mail, insured with Delivery Confirmation. We accept checks with no more than 7 days hold. MC or Visa phone- or fax-in orders shipped same day; USPS Money Order paid items shipped same day. Personal checks are better than Cashier’s checks or Non-USPS Money Orders. We require initial payment of at least 20% down within 7 days of offers to buy; otherwise we relist. . Auction Arms and Gun Brok
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