Ruger MAX-9 No. 3500 9mm Luger

This is a more sophisticated pistol than we expected. The sights were the best of the test. There was no fault with the magazines, capacity, or general accuracy. The pistol features a manual safety, which you may use or ignore. This is the most accurate pistol tested, also the largest of the three, but not by much.

When we found the first Ruger MAX-9 had arrived in our area, we counted ourselves lucky. On the other hand, we paid more than MSRP for our test gun. This is common today. Most dealers in small shops are not price gouging. Often, the gun has gone through more than the usual channels of factory to distributor to gun store.
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