What is the difference between the LC9 and LC9s?

What is the difference between the LC9 and LC9s?

Ruger surprised the shooting community a couple weeks back with the release of the new Ruger LC9s, a striker fired version of the popular LC9 concealed carry pistol. The LC9s has a much shorter, lighter trigger than the LC9, leaving the shooter with less trigger pull to have to manage.

Can LC9 shoot +P ammo?

The LC9s is rated for +P, but Ruger recommends a limited diet of that ammo because it will wear out the gun faster. That’s fine, as you should only use +P ammo to make sure they will work in the gun. There are no SAAMI or CIP guidelines on this ammo, and it can be loaded to foolish pressure levels.

What does the S stand for in the Ruger LC9s?

The accuracy of the LC9s was more than adequate for a subcompact semiauto’thanks in large part to the striker-fired trigger pull. The ā€œsā€ in the LC9s stands for striker fired, and the change from the hammer-fired design of the original LC9 brings a much easier and crisper trigger pull.

Is the Ruger lc9s a good gun?

Conclusions. The LC9s is a good deep-concealment pistol with the added benefit of being chambered in 9mm. It is thin, light, and can carry 8 rounds. Even if long, the quality of the trigger action is a big plus.

Are there any springs for the Ruger LC9 trigger?

The Ruger LC9 Trigger Spring Kit is protected by the M*CARBO No Hassle 100% Lifetime Guarantee. Ruger LC9 Trigger Spring Kit is built with M*CARBO ASTM Spec Springs that will offer a perfect trigger pull reduction with an unlimited drop test rating (3″, 6″, 9″ & 12″+).

Which is the best accessory for a Ruger LC9?

One of the Best Ruger LC9 Accessories to Maximize Performance out of Your Ruger LC9. The Ruger LC9 Trigger Spring Kit is one of the Best Ruger LC9 Accessories to improve your accuracy and tighten your shot groups.

What are the benefits of Galloway precision LC-9 Trigger Kit?

They offer it in several different finishes including red, brite, milled, grey and black. The biggest improvement this kit offers is a 35% shorter swing for the trigger to fire. A side benefit is the removal of the magazine disconnect. Another is a lighter trigger pull. In our review of the original LC-9 the pull came in at 6 pounds even.

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