The P85 had been developed by Ruger for the Pentagon’s Joint Service Small Arms Program (JSSAP) handgun competition.
First released in 1987, the Ruger P85 wasn’t the most elegant looking of handguns, but it was rugged and dependable.
Wonder Nine pistols were typically nine-millimeter handguns made of polymer and aluminum, resulting in strong but lightweight firearms, often with magazine capacities fifty percent larger than their American equivalents.
One of the first American counterattacks against this invading force was the Ruger P-series semiautomatic handgun.
During the 1980s, an invasion of European nine-millimeter handguns washed over the United States, achieving swift victories in the American handgun market and capturing large market shares.
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