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  Ruger KP 95 DPR  
  Reviewer Rating 9 | Average Rating: 9.67 | Rate this Firearm  
 
 
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operation:
  Semi-Auto
caliber:
  9 mm
capacity:
  16
barrel Length:
  4.01" - 5"
price:
  $300 - $400
     


   
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This is a smooth shooting gun. It has nice weight and balance. The stainless steel slide and barrel keeps the weight up enough to dampen recoil, while the polymer frame decreases balances the weight and makes the gun easy to handle. This is not a conceal-carry gun as its dimensions are just too bulke for that. I like the modern two-tone look.
 
   
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The recoil is not very heavy, so the gun is easy to handle and keep on target. When shooting medium speeds (5 shots every 8 to 10 seconds) I can keep groups within a 10 inch circle from 50 feet. When concentrating harder, the groups get tight. This is a single/double action pistol, and the trigger pull is light and responsive in single action. It seems pretty heavy in double action though. It takes alot of concentration to pull the trigger all the way through while holding on target. Field stripping and reassembly is easy and quick. No tools are required, and cleaning the stainless is easy, easy, easy.
 
   
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I like the de-cock mechanism on this gun (model KP 95 DPR) and it is ambidestrous. The magazine release is also ambidexterous and smooth. It comes with two mags, and I have the high capacity 15 round mags, though these are not available everywhere. It also has a built-in picatinny rail for adding lights or lasers. The three-dot sights are merely adequate, and the grips cannot be changed out or upgraded (my only complaint about the gun). Overall a very good gun for everyday use.
 
     
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