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Mfg Item #: P94
NOTE: This is a used surplus handgun Graded Good by the Importer. Expect finish wear, scratches, dings, etc... (See Photos)
Only one is available, the firearm pictured is what you will receive. Out of pure luck, we found the originally issued mag for this item in another batch!
The Ruger P94 is a mid-sized, slightly larger variant of the P93. The P94 has a 4.3-inch (109.2 mm) long barrel as opposed to a 3.9-inch (99.1 mm) barrel and still has the investment cast aluminum alloy frame. Like the P93, the P94 was introduced in 1994. The P94 features different grips. The P94 has a full-length “streamlined” slide configuration and is chambered for the 9mm Parabellum (9 mm x 19) cartridge. The P94 was discontinued in 2004
The P-series pistols are short recoil-operated, locked-breech semi-automatic pistols. They use a SIG P220 type locking system and an M1911-style tilting barrel. The P series was made with a traditional double-action/single-action (DA/SA)
The standard models have an ambidextrous manual safety/decocker located on the slide; when the safety lever is lowered to the safe position, the firing pin is cammed into the slide away from the hammer, the trigger is disconnected from the sear, and the hammer is decocked. The decocker models have no manual safety; instead, when the lever is lowered, it only cams the firing pin into the slide and drops the hammer. When the lever is released, the firing pin springs back to the normal position. All models feature an automatic firing pin safety that blocks the firing pin unless the trigger is pulled fully rearward.
The pistols make extensive use of investment-cast parts and proprietary Ruger alloys. Nearly all internal parts, including the barrel, are stainless steel, while the slide and ejector are carbon steel.