Ruger is expanding their line of SR-Series pistols with the announcement of the 9E Centerfire pistol. Chambered in 9mm Luger, the Ruger 9E has a 4.14″ barrel with a 1:10″ twist. It also has an overall length of 7.50″, a width of 1.27″, a 10+1 or 17+1 magazine capacity (depending on the model), and a weight of 27.20 oz.

The Ruger 9E comes with a number of appealing features, including a reversible backstrap (flat or arched) which enables shooters to customize the size and feel of the grip without having to use special tools or separate inserts, an integral rail for mounting lights, lasers and other accessories, a dovetailed 3-dot sight system with a raked-forward front sight and fixed rear sight, an alloy steel slide with a Black Oxide finish, a Black glass-filled nylon grip frame, an ambidextrous safety, and much more.

The Ruger 9E centerfire pistol is available at a manufacturer suggested retail price of $429.00. See below for additional details.

Features: Ruger 9E

  • Reversible Backstrap
  • Accessory Rail
  • 3-Dot Sight System
  • Grip Frame
  • Safety Features
  • Ambidextrous Safety
  • Also Includes One 17-round (Model 3340) or 10-round (Model 3341) magazine

Specifications: Ruger 9E

  • Caliber: 9mm Luger
  • Slide Material: Alloy Steel
  • Slide Finish: Black Oxide
  • Grip Frame: Black, High Performance, Glass-Filled Nylon
  • Sights: 3-Dot
  • Barrel Length: 4.14″
  • Overall Length: 7.50″
  • Height: 5.53″
  • Width: 1.27″
  • Weight: 27.20 oz.
  • Capacity: 10+1 or 17+1
  • Twist: 1:10″ RH
  • Grooves: 6
  • MA Approved & Certified: No
  • CA Approved: No
  • Magazines Included: One
  • Suggested Retail: $429.00

For more information about the 9E Centerfire Pistol, and the full range of products currently offered by Ruger, please visit http://www.ruger.com

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  • Parnell

    What are the differences between this and the other SR9? Does this pistol do away with the stupid magazine disconnect and billboard loaded chamber indicator?

    • whymeia

      It’s essentially an economy version of the SR9. Chamber indicator is gone and has a peep like the MP 9. I was not aware of a magazine disconnect. I assume that feature is a regional part as my SR40 does not have it. Serration’s and sight mounts are different. Is sold in a cardboard box instead of plastic case. Few other things too, all for price reduction.