Ruger’s updating their wildly popular LC9s, one of the biggest selling concealed carry guns on the market. They’ve just announced the LC9s Pro model. It’s basically the LC9s without the external safety or magazine disconnect. So if the only reason you didn’t buy one was because of that safety, your argument just went up in smoke. The other update announced today is to their Gunsite Scout Rifle. They recently added a .223/5.56 NATO version to the line. Now they’re giving buyers the option of getting the original .308 chambered model with a composite stock, saving 3/4 of a pound. So if you weren’t a fan of the looks or the heft of the original black laminate stock Ruger used for the Scout Rifle, now you can buy a version that’s sure to survive those unfortunate boating accidents.