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Jul 14, 2014 · Manual Thumb Safety. This is a discussion on Manual Thumb Safety within the Ruger Pistols forums, part of the Pistol & Revolver Forum category; I have been carrying my SR9c for a little over a year as my "almost" EDC (otherwise LCR 357) and am fairly new to firearms. Jan 02, 2014 · After collecting and shooting guns for many years I must say that I am very impressed with the Thumb Safety on the SR pistols. It's low profile is perfect and almost impossible to snag on something and flip off. Still it is very easy to manipulate as sights come up on target. The safety is positive and stays put and is v ery well done IMO.

Colt Single Action Revolvers - 1Gen; Colt Single Action Revolvers - 2Gen Ruger SR9C Compact 9mm 3316 10+1 Thumb Safety "NO CREDIT CARD FEE" For Sale from Bobbys Guns full-sized SR9, the SR9C is loaded with modern safety features like a 1911-style ambidextrous manual safety, internal trigger bar interlock and striker blocker, trigger. Apr 17, 2011 · I was wondering if anyone has removed the thumb safety on their SR9c. I am considering this gun for CCW because it will be a little narrower than my M&P. However I have become very used to the M&P's lack of a thumb safety and prefer not to have a thumb safety on my ccw.

Aug 21, 2017 · Anyone Carry the Ruger SR9c? What's Your Opinion of This Pistol? While the thumb safety can easily be disengaged by swiping down with your thumb and feeling the "click", it takes a bit more force to engage the safety and you won't do it accidentally. The grip feels closer to single stack size than most double stack pistols. The slide. Sep 21, 2010 · It’s easy enough to disengage the ambidextrous safety with the thumb of your gun hand before punching paper down at the range. But I’d rate the chances of switching the safety off in a gunfight at no better than 50 percent. That’s IF you remember to do it. And to do THAT, you’ll have to train using the SR9c’s safety. Every. Single. Time.