Davidson's Offers Exclusive Muddy Girl Ruger Pistols

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posted on November 12, 2014
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Davidson's has teamed with Ruger to offer exclusive LCP and LC9s pistols with a Muddy Girl camo finish.

The Ruger LCP, or Lightweight Carry Pistol, is chambered in .380 ACP and built around a through hardened alloy steel barrel and slide. The pistol's overall length is 5.16"  and .08" wide with a  2.75" barrel, and weighs 9.4 ounces unloaded, making it easily concealable. The magazine holds six rounds.

The Ruger LC9S is Ruger's striker-fired version of the popular LC9. Chambered in 9 mm, the LC9 features a manual thumb safety, 7+1 capacity, and a 3.12" barrel. A magazine disconnect, visual inspection port for confirming a round chambered, and 3-dot dovetailed front and rear sights are standard on the LC9S.

The Davidson's exclusive Muddy Girl camo-finished Ruger LCP and LC9S are available at Davidson's dealers nationwide or consumers can order item# 3734 (LCP) or item# 3243-RUG (LC9S) directly from GalleryofGuns.com.

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