Is Ruger LC9 discontinued?

*2020 Update* The LC9s is now discontinued but several places still have it in stock or even used.

Is Ruger LC9 discontinued?

*2020 Update* The LC9s is now discontinued but several places still have it in stock or even used.

What magazines are compatible with Ruger LC9?

ProMag 9mm Magazine For Ruger LC9 and EC9s 10 Rounds Blued Steel RUG 17 ProMag 9mm Magazine For Ruger LC9 and EC9s 10 Roun… Two Ruger EC9s/LC9s 7 Round Magazine 9mm Luger Polymer Extended Base Plate Steel… Two Ruger EC9s/LC9s 7 Round Magazine 9mm Luger Pol…

What magazines fit in the Ruger LC9s?

2 Pack Ruger EC9 / LC9, LC9S 9mm 7-Round Magazine with Extended Floorplate. This is a 2-pack of factory 7-round magazines with finger rest extension for Ruger EC9/LC9, LC9S pistols in 9mm.

Is the Ruger SR9 discontinued?

Is Ruger SR9 discontinued? Yes. The Ruger SR9 was discontinued for a period of time before it then became a Distributor Exclusive of Sports South, who is no longer selling it.

What Gen is LC9?

LS Family: Gen. 4, 5.3L, Aluminum Block, Truck Engines.

Why buy a Ruger LC9 trigger spring kit?

The Ruger LC9 Trigger Spring Kit has been tested repeatedly with numerous brands of ammunition to ensure reliable operation and safety. American made Ruger LC9 Trigger Spring Kit designed and manufactured by Combat Veterans.

Where can I buy parts for a Ruger LC9 9mm compact pistol?

Outfit your Ruger LC9 9mm compact pistol with high performance parts and accessories here at Midwest Gun Works. MGW is proud to carry quality accessories and pistol components designed to give your Ruger LC9 hammer-fired proper function with every trigger pull.

Is the Ruger LC9 a good handgun to stow?

The LC9’s Ruger-standard color-contrasting ode to alcoholics—“loaded when up”—is the design’s only jarring element. Otherwise, the Ruger LC9’s good to stow. Provided you don’t mind schlepping 17.1 ounces of handgun hither and yon.

What’s the difference between the Ruger SR9 and the LC9?

Relieved of any obligation to accommodate an under-snout light, the SR9’s got a stylishly sculpted nose. It morphs seamlessly into an elegant, elongated trigger guard—that allows for fast, unfettered access to the fingertip go-pedal. The LC9’s Ruger-standard color-contrasting ode to alcoholics—“loaded when up”—is the design’s only jarring element.