Trigger Comparo: Ruger SR9c, Springfield XD(m), Glock 30

So I was schmoozing with Wayne down at the American Firearms School this evening. When I opined that the Ruger SR9c’s trigger felt totally different from the go-pedal on Ye Olde full-size Ruger 9mm, he fished-out the rental SR9 from AFS’s ballistic trolley. Yup. Ruger’s boffins have given the SR9′s trigger a desquidgyectomy. We decided to finish the evening’s entertainment with a trigger comparo: the T/E Ruger SR9c, my Springfield XD(m) and Wayne’s ever-faithful Glock 30. Bottom line: the SR9c has the most 1911-style trigger of the bunch. Is that a good thing? I’m not entirely sure. But rest assured I’ll jump off the fence in this week’s SR9c review.

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Robert Farago is the Publisher of The Truth About Guns (TTAG). He started the site to explore the ethics, morality, business, politics, culture, technology, practice, strategy, dangers and fun of guns.

One Response to Trigger Comparo: Ruger SR9c, Springfield XD(m), Glock 30

  1. avatarM.Bonham says:

    Own the sr9c, shot several hundred rounds with six different brands and weights without a single hickup.Excellent pistol

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