What year did the Ruger P85 come out?
The P85 was developed in 1985, but was not available until 1987. It was only available with a DA/SA trigger, decocker, and a manual safety. Early P85 pistols were recalled for a safety issue that resulted in one accidental discharge.
What caliber is a Ruger P85?
The RUGER® P85® & P85® MKII pistols are chambered for the 9mm x 19 Parabellum (9mm Luger) cartridge.
How do I contact Ruger customer service?
1 (336) 949-5200
Sturm, Ruger & Co./Customer service
How long is the barrel on a Ruger P85?
|Ruger P series|
|Length||7.75 in (197 mm) (P89)|
|Barrel length||4.50 in (114 mm) (P89)|
|Cartridge||7.65×21 mm Parabellum (P89) 9×19 mm Parabellum (P85/P85 MKII, P89, P93, P94, P95) .40 S&W (P91, P94) .45 ACP (P89, P90, P97, P345)|
What is a Ruger p95dc?
The Ruger P95 is a double action/single action (DA/SA) semi-automatic pistol with an external hammer. It is chambered in 9×19 Parabellum and features a 10+1 or 15+1 magazine capacity. It features an ambidextrous magazine release, safety, and decocker.
Does the Ruger p95dc have a safety?
Is there a recall on the Ruger P85 9mm pistol?
View Recall Notice Ruger P85 9mm Pistol – Oct 1990 – It is possible for certain Ruger® P85™ 9mm pistols manufactured between 1987 and 1990 to accidentally discharge when the safety/decocker lever is engaged, if the firing pin is broken in a particular way. View Recall Notice
Do Ruger LCP pistols discharge when dropped?
In 2008, Ruger received a small number of reports from the field indicating that LCP® pistols could discharge when dropped onto a hard surface with a round in the chamber. We are firmly committed to safety and would like to retrofit all older LCP® Pistols.
What is a Ruger P85 safety modification?
The safety modification consists of internally modifying the pistol to accept the new safety system; there is no alteration to the frame itself. This safety modification is applicable to all original Ruger® P85™ pistols, manufactured between 1987 and 1990.
What does mkiir mean on a Ruger P85?
This safety modification is applicable to all original Ruger® P85™ pistols, manufactured between 1987 and 1990. This modification does not apply to any P85™ which has “MKIIR” stamped on either the right or left safety (See Figure 1); the “MKIIR” identifies that the safety modification has already been installed.