First Look: Ruger Security-9 Compact

posted on April 30, 2019
American Rifleman's Mark Keefe takes a look at the Ruger Security-9 Compact. A scaled-down version of the full-size Security-9, the Security-9 Compact is designed for concealment, with an internal hammer, a 3.42" barrel, a 6.5" overall length, dovetailed sights and a polymer frame. The pistol also features a 10-round magazine, compatible with 15-round full-size Security-9 magazines and a manual safety. For more on Mark Keefe's experience with this affordable concealment gun, check out the video here, and for more on the Ruger Security-9 Compact, please visit ruger.com.



  


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