I've had this gun for almost 5 years. I bought it used at a gun show knowing next to nothing about it. It's been nothing but reliable for me, though I haven't really shot it that much. It was "retired" so to speak for a whole year and when I brought it out of the safe to give it another whirl recently I decided that rather then put it back into retirement I should sell it to someone that actually wanted it.
I almost hate to let it go but I'm selling it because A) I can't seem to hit anything with it (It is quite accurate as a friend of mine was getting 4" groups at 25 yards and I offered to sell it to him on the spot but he didn't want it) B) I'm trying to remove the clutter from my house. C) I'd rather someone that will enjoy shooting this gun have it rather then let it sit untouched in my closet. The gun itself functions perfectly and only shows a few signs of wear which I will note below.
If you have questions or would like the larger larger versions of the pics let me know. I'd prefer to sell it face to face just because I'm a little fuzzy on the details on how to ship to a dealer, but if you are out of state and serious I will look into shipping it if you agree to pay shipping. Now asking $350 for it + any shipping.
What you get:
- Ruger P-89T (It's the two tone special edition) with Hogue handgrips installed
- Factory pastic case (Which notes that it is indeed a special edition)
- Original Plastic grips
- One 15 round magazine
- One 10 round magazine
- Origional factory lock
- Retention holster with Ruger emblem on it
- Factory mag loader
- Factory manual
Tons of pics to follow
This is the whole setup.
The gun in the holster
Picture of the internals
These are the places where the finish is worn off. On the underside of the slide you can see a bit of where the slide meets the grip frame
On the front of the slide again where the slide meets the frame
Inside the slide where the barrel contacts the slide
The gun field stripped.
Reassembled magazine in place, everything lines up properly
Sight picture... I think I went a little picture crazy.