Hello. I just signed up. I own and have owned many Rugers; rifles, semi-autos and revolvers. Generally, I have been very pleased with their reliability and accuracy. I took delivery of a Security-9 last week and went to the range yesterday. It is the most inaccurate out-of-the-box firearm I have ever owned. I can't tell you how disappointed I am with this pistol. There has to be something seriously wrong with this gun. I read the reviews of this weapon prior to buying and no one reported stellar accuracy, but most seemed to agree it had "combat accuracy" (four-to-six-inch groups at 25 yards). This was acceptable with a $350 dollar pistol. I would have been happy with those results. What I got was 12-to-14-inch groups! I had my current carry gun with me, a venerable, bone-stock, Colt, 1911 .45, which I was hoping to replace with the Ruger. I took five shots with the Colt just to make sure it wasn't me. I got my usual 3 to 3.5 inch group. I have to admit that the trigger on the Ruger was not what I am used to, but it is somewhat similar to the Glocks, with which I am familiar. Has anyone else experienced anything like this with a Security-9? I posted a couple photos of my targets. The Ruger is the left pic. I was using Mag-Tech 115gr 9mm. I'd appreciate any input/advice.