Actually ruger makes different height rear sights and you can drift the rear sight to adjust the windage. Contact ruger and see if they can help you out.dacaur":21k4uscy said:When we were looking for a home defence gun, we looked at both the SR9 and the P95. Both my wife And I liked how the P95 felt in our hands, The SR9 felt too skinny. Because It was for home defence and would be getting a laser, I wasn't worried about the non-adjustable sight. Another thing that factored in, is that personally, I really like having an exposed hammer because Its faster to see if the gun is cocked. If It something you are going to be shooting a lot at he range, Don't even factor in the price difference, since you will need to add an adjustable sight to the p95. Mine shoots high and right using the stock sights, and not being adjustable........
No-one can truly answer that question for you.christiancowboy":2y63argp said:I have never had a pistol before and I was wondering which is better, p95 or sr9?
buckshotshorty":2y1rc4nd said:I never fondled either of these guns, but the bulkiness/thickness of the P-95 over the SR9 must be a perceived thing.
Actual width P-95: 1.20"
Width SR9: 1.27"
That would make the P-95 smaller.
tightgrouper":3f3z7qex said:I'm new to Ruger pistols. I bought my first P95 a couple months ago. I had the same quandary on my hands. 'P95/SR9'...I really like the look and feel of the SR9, and I will get one on into the 2010 run of them. It was just still alittle early for me, so I chose the P95 after hearing what an excellent gun it is. And the P95 is indeed the best pistol I cold imagine for even close to it's price point. hands down. P95 is a proven workhorse. It eats anything you feed it. You don't have any "break-in" bs. The manual states that it's capable of continuous +P/+P+...something like, "there is no cartridge produced that the P95 is uncapable to fire"(loosely quoted).
It's an excelent pistol. Not for the money. The P95 is an excellent pistol for any money. The price is just a huge bonus for a great pistol.
I will never again purchase a firearm that requires a "break-in period" before it functions properly.
And I will never again own an ammo-picky pistol.
My P95 has changed my view on pistols.
I am starting a collection of Ruger pistols now. There are some guns you never get rid of. A Ruger P95 is one.