Ruger P89

The Ruger P89 is a quintessential American semi-automatic pistol, renowned for its robust design and consistent performance. Introduced in the late 1980s, it quickly gained a reputation as a workhorse firearm throughout trials to become the primary sidearm of the US Military. The P89's versatility is another hallmark, offering the ability to chamber both 9mm and .30 Luger cartridges. Its ambidextrous safety and de-cocking lever add to its appeal for a wide range of users. 

It's fame was even enough to earn it a role as one of the firearms Antonio Banderas' uses in the 1995 film Desperado.

With its rugged construction, the Ruger P89 is designed to withstand the harshest conditions while delivering pinpoint accuracy. Its reputation for dependability made it a trusted companion for both law enforcement and civilian gun owners.