Guide Rod Laser Ruger P95

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danonymous

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Hello,

I'm new to this forum and a relatively new gun enthusiast and owner. I love my P95, it fires true and consistently with zero problems. Tho my gun has a rail on the front, in the interest of keeping the gun as small as possible I was wanting to see if I could install a guide rod laser rather than attaching one to the rail (which will eventually have a flashlight on it too :wink: ).

:?: Can the P95 accept a guide rod laser? And if so, how do you like it?

Thanks in advance.
-Danonymous
 

danonymous

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Yeah those are all nice but I just don't like the bulkiness. I honestly don't know which I will end up getting, it may be something similar to those.

I was just wondering if it were possible to fit a guide rod laser into the p95. I'm having trouble finding something that's says it's an option.
 

Paine

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I have yet to find one to fit a ruger. LaserMax is the only maker that I personally know of, although there could be others. If you do run across one that will work for the P's please let me know.

One of the only draw backs to ruger is that finding all the cool guy stuff can be hard.
 

danonymous

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I finally broke down and bought a laser/light combo. It's a little bulky but it gave me an excuse to buy a new Holster too so I'm happy :p
 

bbgame

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I have an ArmaLaser Stingray for my P95 and I really like it. very low profile. However, it doesn't fit in my Fobus paddle holster anymore.

Anyone have a suggestion for a holster for a holster for a P95 with this laser? I usually only carry it when hunting as a sidearm so no need for concealment.
 

Yawn

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How do you like it? is the on off intuitive in a SD situation?
 

Donaldjr1969

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I too would like to see a guide rod laser for my P90. But I know it just is not going to happen. One of the nice benefits of a guide rod laser, besides being able to use it on a pistol w/o a rail, is that it does not have to be zeroed. Just install and go.
 

jslshooter

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LASERS!!?? Buy some good night sights and practice low light drills. Don't let the BG see you then track you then kill you because you had to have a laser. Just my .02
 
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