Ruger P-series 15rds 9mm

Ruger P-series 15rds 9mm

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9mm 15 Round Magazine - Ruger P-Series Pistol History of the Ruger P95 through P-96 pistol, also referred 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 underappreciated 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 the barrel and was the first in the series to feature a polymer frame mated to a blued or stainless slide. Most have a slide-mounted decocker/safety, some were offered with a decocker only. It’s a double-stack 9mm and shipped with two 15 or 10 round magazines depending upon the year and the political geography of the market for which they were bound. The P95 has ambidextrous controls. The magazine releases are identical, but the right-side decocker is only a sliver of sheet metal that looks like a bit of an afterthought.

Features and Specifications:

Caliber: 9mm

Capacity: 15 Rounds

Material: Heat Treated Steel DuPont Zytel Polymer Follower, Lock-Plate, And Base Plate Heat Treated Chrome Silicone Wire.

MFG: Target Sports

Finish: Blued Also

Fits: ALL Ruger P-series 9mm pistols (89/94/95/96)