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    Ruger 57!

    Finally arrived! Thanks IRG!!!

    This feels fantastic in my hands (I have small-medium size hands). Will be hitting the range this week with some Federal ammo!

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    These look awesome!!!!!

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    Do you have a five-seveN?

    Does it fit your hands better?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cerebral_bore View Post
    Do you have a five-seveN?

    Does it fit your hands better?
    I do not have a Five-SeveN. This one naturally is made for my hands, the stippling is fantastic.
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    Very cool Paul, we look forward to a full range report. Chasing brass may become a pain, but I love it.

    Congrats!.....
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    Finally hit the range! I’m not much of a reviewer, so I’ll keep it simple- I love this guy! Not one hiccup with 150 rounds of AE 5.7x28. I chrono’d the ammo just to see, and averaged 1630 FPS.

    The only issue was the rear adjustable sight was off, and I forgot to bring something to adjust it, so all my rounds were low.

    Very little recoil, easy follow-up shots. I plan on buying a plate to put a red dot on and this thing might be a tac driver! Accuracy was hard to judge as the sight was off, and I was outside in the wind- and shooting too fast to judge lol. Seems accurate enough, I plan on hitting the indoor range for more accuracy testing when I have the sight adjusted properly.
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    A 5.7 has been on my list for a while, might just m0ve it way up higher on the list now with this
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    Thanks Paul!......
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    Where's the Snow? Anyway that said,push down on the rear sight when adjusting it... It will allow you to fine tune it, you'll love it once you get it dialed in. PM us if you need anymore 5.7.

    Thank-you for the business.

    Stay safe,


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    Finally hit the range! I’m not much of a reviewer, so I’ll keep it simple- I love this guy! Not one hiccup with 150 rounds of AE 5.7x28. I chrono’d the ammo just to see, and averaged 1630 FPS.

    The only issue was the rear adjustable sight was off, and I forgot to bring something to adjust it, so all my rounds were low.

    Very little recoil, easy follow-up shots. I plan on buying a plate to put a red dot on and this thing might be a tac driver! Accuracy was hard to judge as the sight was off, and I was outside in the wind- and shooting too fast to judge lol. Seems accurate enough, I plan on hitting the indoor range for more accuracy testing when I have the sight adjusted properly.


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    Quote Originally Posted by IRUNGUNS View Post
    Where's the Snow? Anyway that said,push down on the rear sight when adjusting it... It will allow you to fine tune it, you'll love it once you get it dialed in. PM us if you need anymore 5.7.

    Stay safe.
    Lol I don’t know if I’m a good enough shooter to need “fine tuning”!

    Any chance you guys are getting any of the rmr mounts coming in? Looks like the Ruger website only sells those to US residents.

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    Found one on your US site, order in!
    Last edited by Paul_1982; 03-22-2020 at 09:25 PM.
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