Ruger LC9 Handgun
Hammer-Fired, Locked-Breeh Design
Melted Edges for Concealed Carry
High-Visibility 3-Dot Sights
Glass-Filled Nylon Grip Frame
New York & Maryland Compliant
Availability: Sold Out
- Firearms shipping charge of $25.00 per item.
- You must be at least 21 years old to purchase this item. State and local laws may vary.
- To purchase online and pickup at a Gander Mountain store simply add this item to your cart.
- To purchase and ship to a FFL dealer other than Gander Mountain, please call 888-542-6337 and press 3 for firearms.
- NY Customers: To purchase firearms and ship to a Gander Mountain store or other FFL dealer, please call 888-542-6337 and press 3 for firearms.
- Additional discounts do not apply.
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Product DescriptionThe LC9 is a double-action-only, hammer-fired, locked-breech pistol with a smooth trigger pull. Control and confident handling of the Ruger LC9 are accomplished through reduced recoil and aggressive frame checkering for a positive grip in all conditions. The Ruger LC9 features smooth "melted" edges for ease of holstering, carrying and drawing. The pistol is ruggedly constructed with a blued, through-hardened alloy steel slide and black, one-piece high-performance, glass-filled nylon grip frame. The dovetailed, high-visibility 3-dot sight system is made up of a windage-adjustable rear sight and a fixed front sight. Numerous safety features are in place including an internal lock, a manual safety, a magazine safety, and a loaded chamber indicator which provides visual and tactile indication that chamber is loaded. Includes one 7-round 9MM Luger magazine. New York & Maryland compliant.
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Q:Is there a recommended laser sight for the Ruger LC9?Asked on 8/23/2013 by AJAX from Jacksonville, FL
Q:My front sight which I assumed was fixed,I noticed today had shifted significantly to the right.How do I re-center without damaging my Lc9. It didnot want to move with just finger pressureAsked on 4/15/2012 by Jeff