Photos show one of the first specimens we received of Ruger’s new SR45 series pistols, and Sturm Ruger’s Germanic genes showed up in this pistol’s resemblance to the classic Heckler & Koch P9S that was introduced 40 years ago. Manufacturer, of course, is Sturm, Ruger & Company of Prescott, Arizona. Construction is Stainless Steel slide and barrel, and steel internal parts all in a steel reinforced polymer frame. Type is striker ignition, blowback semi-automatic pistol, full time double action. Safety system is familiar center of trigger lever, firing pin safety, and ambidextrous low profile main safety. Barrel is 4 1/2 inch, 6 Groove Stainless with 1:16 rifling. Extractor is top centered and doubles as a loaded chamber indicator. Trigger is .375 wide, smooth face with lever center; Sights are white 3 dot, blue steel, dovetailed into the stainless slide. Rear sight is elevation adjustable, and drift adjustable for windage with a lock screw. Front sight forward cant facilitates rapid deployment from a holster, and the rear sight’s surfaces are no snag style. Maximum overall length is 8 inches from the muzzle to the grip frame strut; height is 5 3/4 inches from the top of the rear sight to the magazine floorplate. Slide width is 1.16 inch; and frame width is 1.27 inches at the port, and the levers maintain that very thin profile. Magazines are Ruger matte blue finish steel body, steel spring, with polymer floorplate and cartridge follower. Each magazine holds 10 rounds of .45 ACP caliber ammunition, 10+1 capacity. Weight empty is 30 ounces, with center of gravity just forward of the magazine release. Grip frame is contoured checkered surfaces on front strap and side panel areas, and the SR45 is unique in having a reversible grip frame back strap, that allows grip circumference to size down from approximately 6.5 inches to 6 inches. An HK P9S commands pricing in the 4 figures. Fat competitors Glock and Smith & Wesson command prices upwards of $700 apiece, and they don’t offer stainless slide variants like this one. We’re offering the Ruger KSR45 in the photos, or one of its identical mates for only $ 389.00. Transferable to eligible civilians in all jurisdictions of these United States.
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