HG7468 Here is the most popular law enforcement variant of the workhorse, economical Ruger P-95 pistols, the KP95DC. From its 0 range serial number, it was manufactured in 1997, only the second year of production for a series that ended in 2005. The P95 series, of course, represented Ruger’s first foray into the polymer frame market, and they have proven their durability here. Slide, barrel, and working parts, of course, are Stainless Steel. For those who are new to firearms, this is a decocker variant. While the main safety feature is the firing pin block that guards against accidental firing if the pistol is dropped or bumped; the levers safely decock the firearm when the shooter decides to cease firing or put the hammer at rest after loading the pistol. It is traditional double and single action. From a resting hammer, the first shot has a long smooth double action trigger pull, and then the hammer stays cocked until the operator engages the decocking lever. It is a fully ambidextrous, both on magazine release and decocking lever. This fine pistol weighs in at a modest 27 ounces empty. It comes with only one high capacity 15 round Pre-Ban Factory Ruger Magazine ca. 1990, as the photos show. Barrel length is 4 inches, and grip thickness is a comfortable portable 1.25 inches thin. This is the earliest version of the KP95DC, with serrated grip frame. This particular specimen is a locally owned West Tennessee civilian pistol. It is in its original box, but the label is missing. It has its original instruction manual. Surface detractions are minimal, only faint amounts of edge buffing to the slide, and faint contact scouring to the black polymer frame. We rate it as Very Good, perhaps even Excellent, 85 percent vicinity by our estimate. Photos, ad any rate, ought to suffice for our shoppers to judge finish grade for themselves. It is certainly excellent mechanically; bore, chamber, and mechanism are all bright, clean, and excellent. From our knowledge of its only owner, it has been fired fewer than 200 times. Replacement price on this pistol in our area is presently over $400 if a person can even find one. We’re offering this one, however, for only $ 319.00 For Civilian buyers in jurisdictions where 15 round Pre-Ban magazines are restricted to Law Enforcement, we will sub a new Mec-Gar 10 rounder, or $10 off and no magazine, buyer’s call. Affected jurisdictions include California, Chicago Cook County IL, D.C., and Hawaii.
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