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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 10-04-2013, 11:00 PM Thread Starter
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ruger lcp

hey guys
what does everyone think of the ruger lcp in semi auto 380? do you like em? are they any good? accuracy? am thinking of getting one, had a few guys at gander that were checking out guns and told me the ruger lcp 380 is great.they said u want a nice little carry gun, look into the ruger lcp.
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I love mine. It is very accurate if you can deal with the trigger pull.

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Love mine, great carry gun, conceals nice in a shirt pocket, or your pants pocket. The trigger pull takes a little getting use to. Shooting PMC Starfire ammo in mine.
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LCP is easy to carry. Just like John-PA says: the trigger pull is long. You'll have to practice to stage the trigger. I like mine when I'm wearing gym shorts or moving around a lot.
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ok so far am liking what u guys are saying lol :-)
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I love mine. It is very accurate if you can deal with the trigger pull.
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Re: ruger lcp

If you look at the newer LCP's made this year, you will see they have a slightly raised rear sight and the trigger pull is much shorter than the older ones. It's still heavy enough to be safe. They are very reliable and are plenty accurate for it's intended purpose.
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I love mine. It is very accurate if you can deal with the trigger pull.
Yes. Have never had any issue with mine other than ringing your ears if you have no plugs in.
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I like mine for what it is, a short range, less than 20 ft, pocket gun. yea trigger pull is long and hard because there is no safety.

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I like mine for what it is, a short range, less than 20 ft, pocket gun. yea trigger pull is long and hard because there is no safety.
+ 1 to this. It does what it was meant to do nicely.




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