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About the Ruger P95 Pistol
Originally released in the mid-1990s, the Ruger® P95 is a double-action/single-action (DA/SA), hammer-fired semi-automatic pistol, chambered in the famed 9mm (9x19mm) cartridge. Ambidextrous fire controls readily adapt for reliable service with both right- and left-handed shooters. The Ruger P95 features a 3.9" steel barrel and boasts a standard three-white-dot sighting system for intuitive target acquisition and optimal clarity in any target or personal defense environment. Further, the P95 comes equipped with a manual safety and built-in ambidextrous de-cocker for safe carry with a round in the chamber, which is an added bonus for such a low-cost 9mm pistol.

What Does “SA/DA” Mean and Why Does It Matter?
“SA/DA” is the industry-standard abbreviation for single-action/double-action.

Single-action/Double-action pistols allow shooters to fire the pistol by either pulling the hammer back with their thumb or racking the slide before pulling the trigger (single-action), or by simply pulling the trigger and forcing the hammer to pull itself back prior to striking the firing pin (double-action).

In simple terms, single-action means pulling the trigger does one action: releasing the hammer on the firing pin, and the double-action system does two actions: pulls the hammer back and releases the hammer on the firing pin. The single-action stage requires the hammer to be cocked (manually or mechanically) before firing, and offers a light, crisp pull, ensuring accurate shot placement and improved handling. A double-action pull, on the other hand, is much heavier and requires an intentional pull. With single-action/double-action pistols, the first trigger pull will be a double-action pull and much heavier. As the slide travels rearward, it will automatically cock the hammer, allowing you to fire with a light and crisp single-action pull with every shot thereafter, making the single-action/double-action system one of the most reliable and safest hammer-fired pistol designs in the world.

What’s the Ruger P95’s Claim to Fame?
Reliability, superior stopping power, and Ruger factory quality at an affordable price.

Though the P95 is now discontinued (2013), it remains a low-cost option for informal target shooters, first-time gun owners, and budget-minded personal defense shooters alike.

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