alienbogey":3dwpm9te said:I have a P85 Mk II (similar) and an SR9.
Although I still like my P85 and will never sell it (carried it over Iraq), in comparison the SR9 is lighter, slimmer, more ergonomic (to my hands, anyway), has an adjustable backstrap, sights are adjustable in windage AND elevation, magazine disconnect if you want it and easily removable if you don't, carries two additional rounds with the original magazines, and has a lighter, shorter trigger stroke that is the same for every shot. Also, it's the latest full size pistol from Ruger and is at the beginning of its product life cycle which means parts and aftermarket product support for a longer time.
JMHO, but for my money I'd go SR-9.
RUGERFAN357":jfc6eixw said:... when I dry fire my SR9 it feels OK. But for some reason when I live fire it, it feels much better. I can not explain it. Does anyone else notice this? Or am I weird?
262runner":1y3ax3u1 said:Rugerman, where did you get those grips?