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Ruger SR9C KSR9C/3313 9mm, $525

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The trigger outshines that of the full-size SR9. This is a very good pistol, offering variable capacity and deep concealment.

Ruger SR9C KSR9C/3313 9mm, $525

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After reaching into the breech and pressing down the ejector, takedown continued with pushing out the slide stop pin from right to left. You will probably need a punch or at the least the end of an Allen wrench to push it free.
The SR9C rear sight was windage adjustable by loosening the Allen screw atop the unit and driving it left or right. Elevation adjustment was simpler thanks to a click adjustable screw. Or you can install Laserlyte's fully adjustable laser unit with continuous dot and strobe ($199 from www.laserlyte.com). When a company like Laserlyte commits to a specific pistol, you know the gun is popular.
The SR9C shipped with a 17-round magazine and a removable collar to fill out the grip. This was actually an SR9 magazine, and the combination worked very well. The 10-round magazine could be used with either the flat base pad (left) or with the finger-groove base pad. This added room for the pinky but did not increase capacity.

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