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In 1996 the P95 joined Ruger’s well-known P-Series auto pistols, which came to life in 1987 with the P85. The P95 was Ruger’s first centerfire auto pistol with a polymer frame. It made a big splash.
Features of the then-new pistol included a blued or stainless-steel slide, double action only (DAO) or decocker mechanisms, a 3.9-inch barrel, a three-dot sight system, and a polymer frame. The frame did not have any metal inserts or steel bearings in its rails and was described by Ruger back in 1996 as being a “magic” injection-molded, custom-compounded, high-strength polymer with long-strand fiberglass filler. It was tested extensively for strength and durability and outperformed other brands of polymer-framed pistols and even steel-framed models for durability.
One of the unique aspects of the Ruger P95 in operation is that when it’s fired, its barrel and slide move rearward together for a short distance until an angled surface on the integral cam block of the full-length recoil spring guide engages the underlug on the barrel and cams its breech end downward and out of engagement with the slide. The slide then travels fully to the rear and ejects the spent case. This cam block system was totally new for Ruger back in 1996.
By the way, unlike so many of today’s auto pistols that have magazine disconnect safeties, the Ruger P95 will fire with the magazine out.
This particular P95 comes with no box or papers, and one magazine.
This pistol has been cleaned, inspected, function checked, and test fired. Buy with confidence and the assurance that what we describe is what you get.
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CA Buyers Note: We are now enrolled in the CFLC system and will ship qualifying firearms to any eligible FFL in California. It is up to you to find out if the gun is legal or not. This will add $45 to your purchase price. This is due to CA DOJ and CA CFLC registration and paperwork requirements.
Not sold to residents of MA, NY, (MD May Purchase without the magazine), HI, Cook County IL, Washington DC, or where otherwise prohibited. No sales to persons under 21. Check your local laws for any restrictions.
3 day inspection period with full refund minus shipping.