Ruger EC9s Review | Sootch00 Pistol Review

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The Ruger EC9s is a striker fire pistol in 9mm with integral sights milled into the slide for a budget option! Slim, lightweight and compact for personal protection. The EC9s is just slightly larger (less than 1″ taller and 1″ longer) than the popular and incredibly compact LCP.

Ruger EC9s Review | Pistol Specifications:

Caliber: 9mm
Barrel Length: 3.12″
Capacity: 7+1
Sights: Integral
Overall Length: 6″
Height: 4.5″
Grooves: 6


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Ruger EC9S is an excellent choice for concealed carry - simple, basic, thin, smooth lines. Won't snag on your clothes as you draw it from your pocket or holster.

The trigger is nice, but it is long. However, I actually prefer a longer trigger. A longer trigger means I am less likely to shoot it accidentally. But it is not a heavy trigger, so I will have no problem pulling it if I have to shoot it for real.

It is a very reliable gun - the only thing I have found that won't shoot in it is some old Winchester 9mm that I had - it failed to eject as the slide went back. So I don't carry that ammo in the gun.

The safety was a bit too loose for my comfort, so I took it to a gunsmith. He installed a new retention spring. The safety is now perfect. Also, I put a spot of white paint on the front sight, to make it more visible. Finally, I purchased two additional magazines, for a total of three. At all times, two of my mags are fully loaded, and one is empty. I rotate the mags every few months to give the spring a chance to rest in each magazine.

I pocket carry this gun with a Sticky holster (model MD 1). The thinness of it means it slips easily out of my pocket. Yes, I know, single stack means not a lot of ammo. But it has 8 rounds when fully loaded, so that should do in all but the most severe of situations. Also, single stack means light weight. As the day progresses, a heavier gun can begin to wear on you. This one is so light when fully loaded that I hardly know it is there.

I also have a Beretta PX4 Storm Subcompact. Same dimensions as the Ruger EC9S, except that it is thicker (double-stack). As a result, it is not so easy to draw from my pocket when I carry it. As a result, I carry the Ruger all the time, and the Beretta is my extra gun.

You could tell that Sootch liked this gun as he was reviewing it. I really like this gun. It is small enough to carry 24/7, yet big enough to get the job done if you ever need to shoot for real. It fits perfectly in my hand.

I bought it for under $300, including tax. If you aren't sure which gun to get, I recommend this one, because at that price, you can't go wrong. It is probably available at your local Academy, Bass Pro, or Cabelas.

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