The Ruger Security-9 is not a price-point pistol when you look at the specification and features lists. With front slide serrations, a bladed trigger safety, toolless takedown and dovetail front and rear sights, this handgun’s spec sheet reads like a flagship pistol.
Of course the Ruger Security-9 has the attributes you would come to expect from any Ruger, such as two magazines, a manual safety, a precision machined, hard-coat anodized aluminum chassis with full-length guide rails, a through-hardened alloy steel slide and barrel, and a high-performance, glass-filled nylon grip frame that provides a comfortable and secure textured grip.
Ruger took the Secure Action of the LCP II and fitted it to the Security-9, combining the trigger pull of the LCP with a short, crisp feel and positive reset reminiscent of a single action trigger. The Security has an internal hammer that provides a strong ignition force while also allowing for easier slide racking.