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Ruger P90 .45 acp, just picked up one of these in a trade.

Have only had one opportunity to shoot it, but really enjoyed the way it felt. Had no problems with ammo feeding/ejecting.

Curious if anyone has any long term experience with these?
 

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Very great guns! hands down!
 

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That was my first handgun, the decock only model. I bought it just after I turned 21. I sold it earlier this year because I just didn't shoot it anymore. It was a tank of a gun and was accurate too. I never had any issues with it though I probably only put about 1500 rounds through it. I regret selling it sometimes.
I did kill two deer with it!
 

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I've had mine for around 18 or so years. After thousands of rounds it is still accurate and a fine shooter. I did have a problem with a broken mag release spring a couple of years ago. Called Ruger and they sent 2 new ones at no charge. It took about 5 minutes to remove the broken spring and install the new one. Running like a champ to this day. Never had any other failures of any kind.
 

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Awesome, thanks for the input.

I really enjoyed shooting it and was hoping it would receive good durability feedback.

It is stainless and has very minor rusting specs on it so that is only thing I am looking at now.
 

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I have wanted a P90 ever since I got interested in owning a handgun a couple of years ago, but could never find one that I could afford.

A month or so back, I found one for sale and drove about 100 miles one way on a rainy Monday night to get it. I plan on keeping this one forever. It has shot flawlessly at the range with FMJ and JHP's.

Hang on to that one, it is a definate keeper. If you did decide to sell it, depending on what you asked for it, it would probably sell real fast. I found mine almost as soon as it was posted on a gun sale site.
 
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