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Old 11-19-2007, 07:18 PM
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Ruger P95DC Break down and some observations

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Thanks for the video Josiah!
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i have never shoot a ruger
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I don't like Ruger when compared to there modern counterparts but they are reliable.

This guy put his hand in front of the muzzle before checking the chamber, as well as the extreme lack of muzzle awareness.

THE 4 LAWS OF GUN SAFETY ARE TO BE FALLOWED ALWAYS!!

I had a ruger P 95, it never had a failure to fire or feed. It was as big as a brick, not very accurate, the trigger sucked, and it had a decocker not a safety. I would not again buy a Ruger automatic pistol other then a 22LR
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I don't like Ruger when compared to there modern counterparts but they are reliable.

This guy put his hand in front of the muzzle before checking the chamber, as well as the extreme lack of muzzle awareness.

THE 4 LAWS OF GUN SAFETY ARE TO BE FALLOWED ALWAYS!!

I had a ruger P 95, it never had a failure to fire or feed. It was as big as a brick, not very accurate, the trigger sucked, and it had a decocker not a safety. I would not again buy a Ruger automatic pistol other then a 22LR
They are reliable and less expensive compared to their modern counterparts.

This guy was probably very aware that there wasn't any bullet in the chamber because he checked before the camera was filming and did not cock the slide to allow one in the chamber. In addition, he was probably a bit more worried with the camera showing valuable information than whether the confirmed empty weapon might be slightly aimed toward him.
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This guy was probably very aware that there wasn't any bullet in the chamber because he checked before the camera was filming and did not cock the slide to allow one in the chamber. In addition, he was probably a bit more worried with the camera showing valuable information than whether the confirmed empty weapon might be slightly aimed toward him.
Safety again is job #1, Probably, more worried with, these are the words that disaster loves.
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Safety is job #1.

Confirmed empty weapon, these truthful words kicks disaster out the door.
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I'm also sure that "this guy" was not some noob and was very well aware of safety. He probably checked that gun a million times to get everything in the video right.
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Speaking from previous experience - when you make these videos, the viewer sees only right now.

Even though I made sure my firearms were unloaded before my videos were filmed, people still made comments about unsafe guns handling. I knew good and well that the firearms was unloaded, but the viewers acted and commented like it had not been cleared.

Thank you for posting this video Josiah922. I trust the firearm was made safe before the video was filmed.

Even though safe gun handling calls for us to NEVER point a firearm at someone, we all know that is not possible. If you have ever been to a gun show, guns are pointing all over the place. We should do our best never to point a gun at anything we do not intend to shoot.

Even the pros exhibit some unsafe gun handling. AT 50 seconds the pistol is pointed straight at the camera man. I say camera man, because the camera is moving and zooming.

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Original video comes up "video removed by user"
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I have a Ruger P95DC that also has the safety feature. I love it. It's a tank when it comes to realiability. It's a little bulky for concealed carry but not too heavy for open carry. Mine has never misfired or jammed and i've put upwards of 5,000 rounds through it. It is a accurate pistol and i'd put it up against any of it's counterparts anytime.
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