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I've long wanted to set up a duty rig for my P95 just for nothing other than my own satisfaction. Unfortunately, due to Ruger's lack of activity in the police market, not many of manufactures support Ruger pistols.

I'm wandering if a rig for a P94 wold work with a P94. There is only .25 or so of an inch difference in the length. Safariland has a rig for P94 that I like, but it doesn't list it as fitting a P95.

I do have one of the Uncle Mike's duty rigs for it, but I don't like it. Galls has G&G triple retention rig for the P95, but while the snaps are in the same place as my current Safariland 070 rig, the draw stroke is different, and I don't want to get my muscle memory messed up.

Any suggestions?
 

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Seems like it would work OK. Here's my logic: the P95 slide is essentially identical to the P93. The P93 is the same dimensions as the P94 except in length from the trigger guard forward. In fact, if yours is the older style P95 with the flat on the front of the trigger guard like the P94, the slides should be the same dimensions exactly except for length. If it is the new style with the round trigger guard, the slide is still the same size, but the decocker levers are flatter (narrower) than the P94. The gun should index in the holster where the trigger guard snugs up. Seems like it ought to work. Just my .02.
 

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quote:Originally posted by rman

Seems like it would work OK. Here's my logic: the P95 slide is essentially identical to the P93. The P93 is the same dimensions as the P94 except in length from the trigger guard forward. In fact, if yours is the older style P95 with the flat on the front of the trigger guard like the P94, the slides should be the same dimensions exactly except for length. If it is the new style with the round trigger guard, the slide is still the same size, but the decocker levers are flatter (narrower) than the P94. The gun should index in the holster where the trigger guard snugs up. Seems like it ought to work. Just my .02.
Mine is the older style P95. I'm thinking that it would work as well, but they just don't list it. The problem will be finding one in stock somewhere so that I can try it out.
 
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