History of the Ruger P95 through P-96 pistol, also refereed to as the early P series pistols: The P95, which Ruger sneakily retired in October of 2013, was the last of the P-series pistols . Few lamented the passing of this under appreciated pistol. Earlier P-series pistols, were steel- or aluminum-framed, and were offered in calibers; 9mm, .40 S&W, and .45 ACP. The P95, which was introduced in 1996, lost about a half inch of barrel and was the first in the series to feature a polymer frame mated to a blued or stainless slide. *Magazine has a dimple punched in body to limit to (ten) 10rd, Magazine is full size.
Features and Specifications
Capacity: 15 Rounds
Material: Heat Treated Steel DuPont Zytel Polymer Follower, Lock-Plate, And Base Plate Heat Treated Chrome Silicone Wire.
MFG: Ruger Factory Magazine
Finish: Stainless Steel Also
Fits: ALL Ruger P-series 9mm pistols (89/94/95/96)