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The Ruger SR9 is a lightweight, polymer-framed handgun designed for self-defense. Featuring a 17 round magazine capacity and chambered for the 9mm Luger cartridge, this gun packs quite a bit of firepower. Watch along as Larry Potterfield, Founder and CEO of MidwayUSA, rates this interesting firearm.
9 Mar 2010
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18 Dec 2010
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21 Mar 2012
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PART 1 of 3: I dig the Ruger SR9 pistol. Its another high-value 9mm handgun that seems to give up nothing for its affordable price. My shooting of the SR9 in my Tactical Clinic showed it be a reliable, accurate (even at 100yds!), fast shooting, FUN, and comfortable pistol. When compared against the Nutnfancy standard of 9mm pisitols, the Glock 17, the SR9 does win in the value category but admittedly does come is second in several other categories. But the margins of victory for the Glock 17 against the SR9 are small indeed and with most users, these differences could be negligible. Other uppsides for the SR9 include lightweight carry (27 oz), interchangeable backstrap, well-placed controls, crisp trigger, great sights, sturdiness, good simplicity, high firepower (17 rds!), a chamber indicator (forgot to mention that), and a variety of available finishes. It might be awhile until the accessories market, such as holsters and night sight options, catch up to this Ruger pistol (2008). But the SR9 is selling extremely well and I predict the market will catch up and your accessorizing options will increase. And yes, its too early to tell what kind of track record the Ruger SR9 will establish but I suspect that will be an excellent, equal to much more expensive and established designs. If youre a civilian sheepdog, or law enforcement officer buying your own gun, I would put the Ruger SR9 high on my list of defensive pistol candidates. Nutnfancy Likeability Scale: 9 out of 10
6 Sep 2009
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PART 2 of 3: I dig the Ruger SR9 pistol. Its another high-value 9mm handgun that seems to give up nothing for its affordable price. My shooting of the SR9 in my Tactical Clinic showed it be a reliable, accurate (even at 100yds!), fast shooting, FUN, and comfortable pistol. When compared against the Nutnfancy standard of 9mm pisitols, the Glock 17, the SR9 does win in the value category but admittedly does come is second in several other categories. But the margins of victory for the Glock 17 against the SR9 are small indeed and with most users, these differences could be negligible. Other uppsides for the SR9 include lightweight carry (27 oz), interchangeable backstrap, well-placed controls, crisp trigger, great sights, sturdiness, good simplicity, high firepower (17 rds!), a chamber indicator (forgot to mention that), and a variety of available finishes. It might be awhile until the accessories market, such as holsters and night sight options, catch up to this Ruger pistol (2008). But the SR9 is selling extremely well and I predict the market will catch up and your accessorizing options will increase. And yes, its too early to tell what kind of track record the Ruger SR9 will establish but I suspect that will be an excellent, equal to much more expensive and established designs. If youre a civilian sheepdog, or law enforcement officer buying your own gun, I would put the Ruger SR9 high on my list of defensive pistol candidates. Nutnfancy Likeability Scale: 9 out of 10
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PART 4 of 4: Nutnfancy's table-top review of this excellent FN sidearm. All indicators point to the innovative FN Five-Seven pistol being an outstanding design. It's the companion pistol to the FN PS/P90 carbine and serves many of its special purpose functions. While more of a rifle caliber than a pistol one, it's advantageous to compare the design against a known and respected standard. Against the Glock 17, the 5-7 stacks up very well indeed. Essentially it has the same incredible light weight, equal firepower, good trigger, good sights (adjustable too!), ruggedness, simplicity, reliability, accuracy, ergonomics, and it's quality-built. But it uses the proprietary FN 5.7x28mm round which brings both good and bad news. The good is it provides laser-like trajectories out to 100 yards, Kevlar penetrating capabilities, amazing velocities (1700 fps for commercial loads), less recoil, and higher magazine capacities due to its small size. The bad news is the ammo is hard to find, it's expensive (compared to pistol ammo), current brass doesn't reload well, and few other guns besides FNs use it. While I don't have trigger time behind either of them at this point, my anecdotal study shows the 5.7x28mm to be a decent manstopper (surprisingly). But other downsides of the 57 is its high cost, wide grip, and limited accessories available at this time. It all others ways I think the design is a hit and would serve well as both a special purpose and all-around full sized defensive (or offensive) handgun. But honestly the jury is still in many ways on both the round and this design. It will have to be proven over time, like the Glock, preferably by adoption by LE and military units for it to gain world acceptance and respect. And for this design to survive, the 5.7x28mm load will have to become more common and popular with other manufacturers chambering for it as well. Sadly, I feel that without that type of support the round is doomed to a marketing failure. . Nutnfancy Likeability Scale: 7 out of 10 *** Big thanks goes to ImpactGuns**** for hosting this review. Thanks guys.
29 Apr 2009
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Two add-on videos to more thoroughly address and fairly criticize the H&K USP Compact. I always strive for complete honesty, fairness, and thoroughness in my reviews. I make no apologies for my opinions and preferences based on my own shooting and tactical experience... but I always want to be fair. Here I pit the USP Compact .40 against a primary competitor the compact Glock 23. Both guns are chambered for .40 S&W caliber and are considered compact versions of their larger siblings. Here I ...
8 Apr 2009
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The Glock is a chunk of a pistol but it packs a wallop...namely 11 rounds of .45 ACP. That's a lot of defensive lead in such a small package. Many still choose the .45 ACP chambering for their defensive pistol and it does perform well, especially with quality +P loads. But expect more weight, bulk, cost, and recoil with the .45 ACP. If you're ready for all of THAT then considering the sub-compact, double-stack Glock 30 as a carry option makes a lot of sense. It inherits all of the good Glock attributes that I've spoken to before in other vids: great reliability, accuracy, durability, good ergos, controls placement, good firepower options (takes 13 rd Glock 21 mags too), good sights, good value, proven track record, LOTS of accessories, simple fieldstrip and maintenance. Downsides on the Glock 30 are few but will include its 1.27" thick slide (makes ankle and maybe belly band carry tough) and the inherent , more rakish Glock grip angle. But that's about it. When compared against many 1911 offerings, the G30 will win in firepower and weight comparisons but will lose the thickness battle, the all-important carry dimension. Choosing a good carry option will help mitigate this Glock's thickness. These might include a quality inside-the-waistband holster, shoulder holster, and/or some fannypack options. Also at just 25.5 oz this powerhouse won't weigh you down especially for the stopping power offered. It is a powerful defensive option. /////////////Nutnfancy Likeability Scale: 7 of 10
29 Aug 2009
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Shooting excellent Glock 17, my reference pistol for other 9mm autos. This video is the shooting proof of my previous table top review series of the G17. Here I take through three rounds of shooting at about 10 yards to somewhat demonstrate its capabilities. You will see the Glock 17 to be accurate and fast...even with my less than perfect skills. This specific Glock, on loan, has some common sense and helpful mods: 3.5 lb connector to lighten trigger, a Glock 34 extended mag release, Decal Grip in stippled rubber, Glock 34 extended mag release (sharp edges sanded), and the excellent Meprolight tritium sights. Expect to see night firing sessions with this Glock 17 and other combat auto pistols.
6 Sep 2009
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PART 1 of 2 A superb choice for police officers, military pilots, and civilian "sheepdogs," the Glock 26 deserves its excellent reputation for reliability, simplicity, toughness, durability, accuracy, firepower, value, and lightweight carry (21.5 oz!). Nutnfancy goes over each of these attributes in this two-part Glock 26 review. Several other designs try to de-throne this mighty mouse and are coming close but the Glock 26 has held its ground for over a decade now. Inheriting the many good features and solid design of its bigger brother, the Glock 17, the G26 provides amazing size and weight efficiency for its capabilities. The only real downside is its thick slide which makes some carry methods, like bellyband and ankle carry, more uncomfortable than thinner guns like the Kahr PM9/40 series. Though this two part series focuses on the Glock 26, most of the praises can also be given the the .40 cal version, the Glock 27. These are affordable powerhouses that can and have saved lives. Nutnfancy Likeability Scale: 9 out of 10
19 Nov 2009
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PART 1 of 2: For many, price is a key factor in their defensive pistol choice. Luckily nowadays your options for a high value, high quality handgun are numerous. One such gun is the original Taurus PT 24/7 in 9mm (also in .40, .45 ACP); a good choice for home defense. This two part video series covers the regular PT 24/7 and not the upgraded 24/7 Pro model offered as of 2008 BY Taurus. It is compared against the proven design of the Glock 19 and some of the features of the G19 are covered in detail by way of contrast. The 24/7 is indeed a high value choice that has some good features. These would include an ergonomic and comfortable Ribber grip (with frame indentations that function as memory pads), outstanding accuracy, excellent reliability, good sights, loaded chamber indicator (extractor protrudes), and a relatively light DAO trigger pull. The keyed Taurus Security System is a bow to prevailing political correctness and is completely unneeded and potentially dangerous. It could lead to an inoperable sidearm should you misplace your keys. And to be honest, this 24/7 model also had some significant downsides as well: very sharp edges on the magazine and slide release levers, critical controls clustered together can cause confusion, a troublesome field strip (with a loose part too), very long trigger takeup i(takes training to master), a bulky form factor, higher bore axis, an unneeded safety lever, and the rubber grip can catch on clothing (jeopardizing waist carry concealment). However once used to the trigger staging, the 24/7 standard model shoots well indeed (see Nutnfancys shooting video of the 24/7) showing excellent smoothness, accuracy, and reliability (with FMJs). Also the company Taurus gets high marks for its support for your right for self-defense and gives a free year of NRA membership with your purchase (as of 2008). Upgraded versions of the 24/7 like the PRO and OSS models, will have the improved SA/DA hybrid trigger with have an improved and lighter pull (still long though). Despite some drawbacks this model of Taurus 24/7 is still a very capable gun at a very reasonable price. ///////////////////////////// Comparison to Glock 19, which is size comparable. If a pistol design exceeds the Glock standards in all categories over a long period, it will become the new standard of reference: WEIGHT: Advantage Glock by 4.5 ounces FIREPOWER: Advantage Taurus with stock factory mags. But advantage Glock with FACTORY +2 baseplates, G17 mags, or the 33 rd G18 mag. ACCURACY: Tie, both extremely accurate ERGONOMICS: Advantage G19 (unneeded grip safety but XD 1911 grip angle preferable) SIMPLICITY: Advantage G19 (no grip safety) ACCESSORIES: Mostly a tie VALUE: Advantage Taurus, awesome value for quality DURABILITY and RELIABILITY: Advantage Glock by virtue of track record; 24/7 still proving its reputation but all indicators show excellent performance here TRACK RECORD: Advantage G19 so far, proven world wide for decades in LE and military service. !/////////////////////Nutnfancy Likeability Scale: 6 out of 10.////////////////////// If you own a gun of ANY kind and are not a member of the NRA you need to change your ways. Political battles rage that serve to disarm you, leaving you the potential victim of criminals who will NEVER obeyed gun laws. Join the NRA today for five years at a time and donate generously to the NRA/ILA. This is a patriotic, freedom organization that fights tirelessly to maintain our freedoms and it advocates no political party.
1 Jul 2010
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Part 1 of 5 of Nutnfancy's Tabletop Review and Philosophy of Use with the Sig P226 pistol: An outstanding pistol design, the Sig P226 is truly an amazing and well-proven gun. It stacks up quite well against Nutnfancy's standard of 9mm pistol measure, the also-excellent Glock 17. Though accepted reluctantly by the American civilian shooter it became an embraced and beloved handgun as it was proven in the hands of the Navy SEALs and with hundreds of law enforcement agencies. That is because, indeed, it is a world class design offering complete reliability, amazing accuracy, toughness, excellent firepower, outstanding ergonomics, and a superb trigger. Many liken the Sig P226 to a Swiss Watch and thats a fair comparison; it is a mechanically efficient and beautiful design. But how does it stack against the Glock 17? Truth be told (and it is here), the Glock holds edges in absolute durability, weight (big advantage at 8 oz), simplicity of operation and parts, firepower, and price but in some cases the advantage is slight. However Nutnfancy maintains both are near equals in terms of reliability, accuracy, ergonomics (very subjective for everyone), and track record. But the Sig for many holds an endearing attraction that is hard to define and quantify. You have to shoot and hold one to understand it. It inspires confidencethat most critical attribute needed for effective combat handgunnery. And for many, that confidence is the tie breaker that makes the Sig their preferred choice in defensive/offensive handguns. It is often called the worlds best pistol. Nutnfancy Likability Scale: 10 out of 10
12 Mar 2012
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Hot on the heels of the new SR9 Ruger has released the LCP .380 Auto Lightweight Compact Auto. More info here: *******www.thefirearmblog****/blog/2008/02/03/ruger-lcp/
2 Mar 2009
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