Best Handgun Under $400: Ruger P95

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Ruger P95


Are you on a budget, but still in the market for a new handgun? Then let Epic Tactical help you find the best bang for your buck! There are tons of cheap handguns on the market, and when I say “cheap,” I mean cheap in every sense of the word. Try to stay away from any new handgun under $250.

The best handgun under $400 is the Ruger P95. It is the perfect starter pistol – reliable, accurate, durable, and made by a great company. This gun has every feature that you’ll need: ambidextrous safety/decocker, loaded chamber indicator, picatinny accessory rail, and ambidextrous magazine release.

I’ve sold so many of the handguns to people that come in and say, “I want a good handgun, but I don’t want to spend an arm and a leg.” Well, look no further because this is it. I’ve never had a P95 come back and most people don’t trade them in when they want to upgrade and get a new pistol, they usually hang onto it.

MSRP is $399 on the Ruger P95 and if you’re a little iffy about putting a lot of money into a gun, then I believe this one is the one for you.

Stop by your local gun shop and check this handgun out! Don’t take my word for it though, put a few different guns in your hand and get the one that feels the best to you. Even if it does mean shelling out a couple more bucks to get that one that feels just right.

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Specifications:
Caliber: 9 mm
Sights: Fixed 3 Dot
Length: 7.25″
Weight: 27 oz.
Capacity: 10 + 1 Rounds
Frame: Polymer
Slide: Blued Steel
MSRP: $399

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My grandfather started a gun shop in North Carolina in 1989 as a hobby and since then it has grown into a lucrative business. I’ve worked at WT’s Guns and Indoor Range since middle school and I’ve learned a lot over the years, learning from mentors, shooting on the range and of course making a handful of mistakes along the way. I love the business and enjoy helping others find the gun that is right for them. I was the kid growing up who would take apart a 1911 without even knowing how to properly disassemble/reassemble it and I would teach myself, then do it over and over again until I got it right (lost a few springs along the way).

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  1. I paid almost $600 bucks for my s&w…. piece of crap… very pretty…. had all the bells and whistles on it…… it jammed so much I sold it really cheap to a buddy….. Went out and bought a hi point pistol 9mm and had to use it to protect my family…. it fired the first warning shot and has had 100s of rounds since with no problems ever. If I would of had my 600 dollar s&w with us that night I might have been able to blind them with the laser sight or possible throw it at them….. just saying……$$$ and the name isn’t everything…

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