Your Next Pocket Pistol the Ruger LC9
The Ruger LC9 is a polymer-framed, 9mm pocket pistol. Clearly designed for concealed carry, the Ruger LC9 has melted edges for a snag-free holstering, carry, and drawing. It has a smooth, double-action only trigger and in our field tests, it performed flawlessly. The Ruger LC9 is restricted-state friendly with a host of different safety features, such as a loaded chamber indicator and internal lock, and manual safeties. With a 3.12-inch barrel, the Ruger LC9 has manageable recoil at an affordable price if you are in the market for a new concealed carry pistol with plenty of stopping power.
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Alrighty, so now you’ve got your pocket pistol, you need a good holster to keep it in. The DeSantis holster has a sticky, rubberized fabric so that it stays in your pocket, but won’t imprint. What’s better, it will fit your other pocket pistols, as well such as many models of Kahr, the Kel-Tec PF9, and the SIG P290.
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9mm +P for Knock Down Reliability
If you have a self-defense handgun, you need self-defense ammo. The Federal Classic line features a 115-grain Jacketed Hollow Point bullet. The jacketed hollow point bullet promotes expansion on impact for greater stopping power. The Federal Classic Hi-Shok 9mm +P round is excellent for law enforcement and personal protection. It comes packed 50 rounds per box.
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Take Two Buddies to the Range
Put your new Ruger LC9 in this pistol case, along with your reliable ole’ standby, and take both of them shooting! The UTG double pistol case has eight sewn-in elastic pockets, so you can carry two handguns and six magazines securely. An outside pocket holds your earplugs, glasses, and ID. The UTG deluxe pistol case measures 14×16-inches overall. It has thick padding, a zippered close, heavy-duty handles, and Velcro closers.
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