First I'd like to make a correction about Whats in the Box listing for this LC9S. There is no Internal Lock Key. The internal lock of the LC9 was replaced with a protruding lever trigger lock for the LC9S. So, no need for a Internal Lock Key.
The LC9 is a top notch carry but I grew tired of the long trigger pull. My local gun dealer traded me out of the LC9 that he had sold me last year to the new LC9S. This is my first experience with Striker Fire which helped to yield a huge improvement for the trigger pull. Much more comparable to my Walther PPX and Bersa Thunder 380 ACP as to trigger pull, rather than the LC9.
My dealer sold my LC9 while I was filling out the paper for the LC9S. The new LC9 owner and I had a long discussion about the LC9. We both left the gun store very happy.
So, if you are accustomed to revolvers then I recommend the LC9 which has a long but very smooth trigger pull. If you are accustomed to semi-automatic hand guns then I suggest the LC9S.
Shipping was next day and free 2 day air. The Ruger SR9C was priced about $75 lower here than anywhere else. Also, the date of mfg. was only a couple months old - so it was nice and fresh off the line. All I did was give my FFL the order confirmation and the two parties worked together without my involvement to make a quick, painless and smooth transaction. Overall a great transaction. I would recommend these guys highly.
Very accurate. Camo not as gaudy as picture shows. Free floating barrel, superb trigger, light weight, and cushioned butt stock. Spent $289.00 with NO TAX and NO SHIPPING FEE! I'm pretty satisfied. Only took 3 days to get here.
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