I would be interested as well but have never seen a similar test done on the P95. I suspect some of the glock faithful will disregard this test given they used American beer in lieu of Reisetbauer Whiskey .It's Tobacco & beer proof!
I'd like to see a P- series tested like that.
I started looking the day after they news was released, took 2 days of internet searching and phone calls to locate one within what I considered driving distance....Jan 3rd we took a 3.5 hour drive to Buds in TN and bought the 45 version....Local shops here in Georgia had no idea when they could get one and some didnt even know about them......there were a few close to Atlanta that had them for people to shoot but none for sale.......Just put in an order for one in 9mm. The LGS salesman didn't have a clue when it might arrive.
Congrats on your new American. If you intend on keeping it for long time, a few extra dollars in the purchase price is really insignificant .Bought mine at Gander Mountain and yes I know I paid too much but I am an impatient person. Mine has an under 5000 serial number which was a draw to me. When I picked it up I knew I had to have it and it wasn't staying in that display case. No regrets!
AgreedI'd never lend him one of my arms.
Congrats on your new Ruger . As I indicated in the original thread on the American, I suspected it wouldn't be long before we saw some purchased below the $400.00 threshold.Just in the chance the other LGS in my area Had a RAP in 9mm. I stopped by to check. Sure enough he had one in 9mm sitting in its case. I arrived at the LGS 10 minutes before closing. I walked out the door with the pistol case in my hand with 2 minutes to spare (it helps having a CCW when you are buying a handgun). At $373.57, I think I got it at a great price.
From reading other posts, if I change the backstrap, I will remove the slide first.
Now I have to cancel the order at the other LGS. Their price was about $50 higher.