Put on a CCW class this weekend. One of the attendees brought a Ruger P94. The old metal frame Rugers, heavy as a brick, fair ergonomics, miniscule mag release, seemingly getting uglier as you look at them. Had to have a few words with the owner about leaving under the seat of the car where all the salt and road muck can make a mess of them as we knocked the rust off one of the mags. A few drops of oil, I hate to say it but the trigger (factory) was as good as any Beretta or Sig, and better than some 'trigger jobs' coming out of major shops. Typical P-series loose fit, but the barrel locked up bank vault tight. The gun chewed up nearly 300 remanufactured .40's, never a bobble. I fired a couple of rounds through it, and I was reminded why I have long recommended the Ruger "P's" for those on a budget. Excellent accuracy, reliable and affordable. Just wondering what a .357 Sig barrel would do in it now. I will definitely be keeping my eyes open for any used P-series that cross my path. Something to be said for a pistol that can be used to drive in the fence post not just the staples.