RUGER SR40 40S&W STAINLESS 4" BARREL - MODEL 3470 - NO CC FEES - $499.99 With all the features of the popular SR9® and the award winning SR9c, the Ruger SR40® is possibly the easiest recoiling, smoothest shooting .40 on the market. Though remarkably similar in size to the popular SR9, the SR40’s
Ruger SR40 .40 S&W 4.14" barrel 15 Rnds Stainless Finish - $499.99 Ruger 3470 SR40 Stndrd 40 S&W 4.14" 15+1 Blk Syn Grip & Frame Brushed SS Slide 3470. The Ruger SR40, like its brother, the SR9, is loaded with safety features. Like other such striker-fired pistols, it has a striker safety,
Ruger SR40 40SW, Stainless Slide, 15RD Mag - $499.99 The SR40 represents the next logical step in striker-fired pistols from Ruger," remarked Bob Gates, Ruger’s Director of Law Enforcement, Military and International Sales. "The outstanding ergonomics and value of the SR9® are now available to
For the price these are really nice freefloat handguards that have enough inside diameter to accommodate a can. I have one on a 300BLK upper and love it—nice machining, easy mounting, lots of attachment points. The only annoying thing is you have to buy the (proprietary) barrel nut separately, for 20 bucks or so, to mount it on a standard upper receiver. Sometimes you can find a third-party vendor deal that includes the barrel nut in the price. If you like a thinner handguard with a built-in top rail, their ATLAS series rails are worth a look.
True. I'll add that 300 Blackout is much better shooting with a supressor as it can me loaded to be subsonic, unlike the 5.56.
I like this pistol format and built one. I reload, so don't get impacted quite as hard by the more spendy ammo.