762x51n8o: It depends on your circumstance -- if you need the absolute smallest 9mm, then you need the LC9. If you have a little more room, then the SR9c would be a better choice.
PNiteNite: Between the SR9C and the LC9 which would you suggest more for concealed carry?
762x51n8o: lol, I get a lot of people telling me that cracked them up. Thanks for the feedback, glad you liked the video. Since you're a new sub -- stop by and sign up for my free giveaway for a Bravo Concealment holster
MisterFYF: This was just the video I was looking for. Buy the way the comment you made about tucking the lcp in your banana hammock made me and the wife crack up for a good 15 min!
762x51n8o: Awesome, thanks for the feedback. I'm glad it was helpful. I like my LC9 for the size, but if size is not an issue, I would definitely go with the SR9c out of those 2.
DANNY TOWNSEND: Great Video. Glad I came upon it. I own an LC9, got a great deal on it about a year and a half ago. Unfortunately, I cant stand the trigger pull. wayyyy to long. I only have about 50 rounds through it. I am thinking about trading/selling and getting the SR9c. This video made up my mind. The comparison is JUST what I needed.
spookyghostification: he got married
762x51n8o: What happened Friday?
WeBlaze: wish I would have had any 1 of those guns before the incident that happened 2 me friday
762x51n8o: No, I didn't forget it, I just didn't add it. I was going for the current line up.
neptune8715: You forgot the p95
getbo: SR9c vs the Lc9? Both are nice pistols but despite the Lc9's smaller size, I don't find a difference in concealability.
It's the grip that prints and the grips are about the same length. I prefer the sweet trigger on the Sr9c and the 3 additional rounds you get over the Lc9.
funa mota: If you could keep one witch one will it be
762x51n8o: I agree with you on all points. Better to have it and not need it than need it and not have it. Thanks for the comments.
drbarizona: Great video. Thanks! I own the Ruger SR9c and it is an awesome firearm. I will probably get a LCP with a laser because it is easily concealed, a powerful round, and there when you need it. I believe, if you carry, you should carry all the time. A LCP is a gun you can carry all the time and it will not be uncomfortable or inconvenient. A 380ACP will stop almost anything with correct shot placement. My thought is any gun is much better than NO gun!
mine7308: Very small
762x51n8o: I love all guns, I don't discriminate. HK, Glock, S&W, Ruger, Beretta, etc, etc. Love em all.
762x51n8o: I hear you, it's small for me too. When you have big meat-clubs, it's hard to hold on to. I only use mine when I need something really small, like when I wear a thong to the beach. haha j/k. Since a lot of micro-9s are not much bigger than the LCP, I'd rather have the extra power. Even those are hard for me to grab. You'll love the SR9c.
Daniel R: That's exactly what a lot of people need. Thanks man. I'm starting to fall in love with Ruger. I have been a loyal HK guy myself. I really want my wife to have a 9x19 but a .380 might do the trick. Rangers lead the way! (And, I don't mind saying it) Semper Fi!
keyantwist: No safety on lcp lol
him guy: "and you wanna tuck a pistol in your banana hammock" hahaha just the thought, hope the safteys on
Sarah Lee: There wasn't an SR9c to be found! We called around in 2 states! I ended up going for the SR40c. Haven't picked it up yet. Need to change my license over to this state then I can pick it up.
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762x51n8o: Thanks, I appreciate it!
Kyle R: Nice video Devil!
762x51n8o: Great, glad it was useful! Which one of the 2 did you end up going with?
Sarah Lee: It was nice to see the comparisons side by side!
Your reply to fastcarfastbike answered my question! I love my LCP.
jeffarnim: Nicely done - I figured out the order of your firing range part, but you might call out what you are shooting to make it easier for us. I'm surprised the SR9 looked like the same if not a bit MORE recoil transferred to your arms. This video makes me want to buy the SR9c instead of the LC9... And an LCP later as a pocket addition.
James A: The lcp is great for a Every day carry
Djpoo225: Like he already said...the SR9c will have less recoil to stay on target in firing. I also think the SR9c would be more accurate since it has a longer barrel, but longer distance between the two sights, which therein makes a gun more accurate.
aw3212: nice comparison. I had the LCP. It was VERY small, but I didn't like shooting it. I loved carrying it, but I like to practice a lot and just didn't enjoy it at the range. I am currently trying to decide between the SR9C and the Shield. I have seen no direct comparison videos, but I did see a shield compared to an LC9 (the shield seemed only slightly bigger that the LC9) So I am guess the shield is fairly significantly smaller than the SR9c, but I havent been able to see them yet.
Matthew Wilson: Thanks for the video. Looking for a gun for my wife and she likes the aspect of the LCP. Like you said, you wouldn't want to be shot with the .380.
Bert GUNBROS: TURN DOWN THE MUSIC!! but otherwise, great stuff man
762x51n8o: Thank you
LetsTalk12345: nice comparison
762x51n8o: Thank you, I appreciate that. Thanks for the support!
David Scott: This is one of the best comparison and range example videos I've seen on Youtube for Ruger or any other gun line for that matter.
fastcarfastbike: heh, i collect rugers! love em/.// generally just revolvers though. just got a sr1911...now going for a carry 9
762x51n8o: If you need something as small as possible, go with the LC9. If your setup leaves room for a larger pistol, you should go with the SR9c. It's better to shoot (better trigger, FAR less recoil) and holds almost twice as many rounds in one mag. Or you can buy one, become addicted to Rugers like I did, then save up and by the other one! lol
fastcarfastbike: the day i buy a ruger that only lasts 6000 rounds, is the day i stop buying pistols.
fastcarfastbike: i've narrowed my search for a good CW down to the LC9 (no laser) or the SR9c.....just can't decide!!!! oh the agony! they both feel equally comfortable in my hand... choices!
762x51n8o: lol. I guess range birds are used to a lot of shooting!
minameise: @ 4:31 Those birds are troopers! I would have been long gone and migrating after that first shot, but not those birdies.
onebigkahuna69: I've got both ends of these guns the LCP was my first and my daily carry and my next was the SR9. I also just bought the SR22 and thats just one fun gun too shoot and cheap to shoot.
762x51n8o: Thanks for the input, I appreciate it. I agree -- they are both excellent pistols.
bryjon4: i have the lcp!!! i always say the same thing if someone makes fun of the size ,its even smaller in person, "well... let me shoot you with it and we'll see if its not got enough power" LOL. my buddy has the lc9 and he loves it!! both guns are fun to shoot. the one thing i wish the lcp had would be the slide lock (when the mag is empty). the lc9 has better grouping but the lcp it nice too... so if anyone was wondering, both are worth the money
chevyhighrider: Excellent video, very to the point and professional. Its always nice to see people talking about guns who sound educated and respectful, not like some nut. I was searching for the SR9c but was glad to see the other options. Good job man, you just gained a subscriber.
David Kramer: Thanks for the reply. I bought an SR9c today (08-08-2012). I can't wait to get to the range!
762x51n8o: It's a HUGE difference. A completely different gun. The LC9 is just super small, whereas the SR9 is a compact full size. What I mean, a LC9 shoots like a sub-compact, and an SR9 shoots like a full size handgun. So with the LC9 the tradeoff on it's size is the harsh recoil (Which, the more you shoot it, the better it gets). With the SR9, recoil isn't an issue. You get a lot more ammo at your disposal, too. You can use full size mags. But it's not quite as small.