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The Ruger P-Series pistols, introduced in 1987, were the first firearms produced at Sturm, Ruger’s Prescott, Arizona plant. Designed by practical shooters, they were the result of a long development program to build state-of-the-art pistols, offering rugged dependability under adverse conditions. Over the years, the P-Series pistols have been used extensively by outdoorsmen and in law enforcement and government applications worldwide, and have earned a solid reputation for rugged reliability.

They continue to be, unquestionably, some of the most durable centerfire pistols available. Each metal-frame P-Series pistol is made of hard-coated A356T aircraft-quality aluminum alloy, Ruger’s proprietary Terhune Anticorro stainless steel slides (chrome-molybdenum steel in blued models), and nearly indestructible resin grip panels. Ruger P95 and P97 polymer pistol frames are made of a custom compounded polymer with long-strand fiberglass filler that is a natural shock absorber.

Ruger pistols are designed to be easily maintained. P-Series pistols are easily field-stripped into five major subassemblies for cleaning, without the need for special tools. Ruger offers a wide choice of ambidextrous variations on the proven P-Series double action design in 9mm, .40 S&W and .45 Auto.

P-Series: Manual Safety Pistols: Manual Safety models incorporate a manual ambidextrous lever that, when engaged, prevents firing unless the lever is returned to the “fire” position.

P-Series: Decocker Pistols: Decock-Only models allow safe decocking to their “at-rest” mode when the ambidextrous decocking lever is depressed. The decocking lever springs back to the “fire” position when released and the gun can then be fired simply by a double-action pull of the trigger.

P-Series: Double-Action-Only Pistols: Double-Action-Only models have no external safety, full-cock hammer position, or decocking lever. Operation is double-action-only, requiring a long pull of the trigger to cock the hammer and fire the pistol for every shot.
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