Summary: The description, specs, photo, pricing and user ratings for the Ruger LC9s pistols.
The Ruger LC9s is a small semiauto pistol built on a black, glass-filled nylon frame with a blued, alloy steel slide, and chambered in 9mm. This gun is nearly identical to its predecessor, the LC9, but for the action: the LC9 is a double-action-only hammer-fired pistol, while the new LC9s features a striker-fired action with a trigger safety.
Other features include:
- An alloy steel barrel;
- a dovetailed, windage-adjustable, two white-dot rear sight;
- a dovetailed, white-dot front sight;
- a checkered grip;
- an optional finger-grip extension floorplate for the magazine;
- an internal lock safety;
- a manual safety;
- a magazine disconnect safety;
- a loaded chamber indicator/port on top of the slide;
- one seven round magazine; and
- a soft case.
Ruger says all LC9 accessories will fit the LC9s, which should include the four laser sights listed in this an LC9 laser sight roundup article on the review and rating site HandgunLasers.net.
Update: Ruger now offers a new model called the LC9s Pro, which deletes the manual safety and the magazine disconnect safety.
More reading: Here’s the link to our in-depth review of the LC9.
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