Ruger LCP 380?
Has anyone trid out the new Ruger LCP 380? I'm thinking about getting one because I'm thinking it might be easier to conceal.
Do a little search or look around a little. There's quite a few people around here that have them and like them (I'm sure they'll chime in). Same goes for the P3AT. It would definitely be easier to conceal, that's not even a question. If you can get your hands on one, just buy it. Worst case scenario, you sell it at a small loss.
The LCP is indeed very easy to conceal compared to most guns. The downside is that, like the KelTec P3AT it was copied from, the LCP is rather unpleasant to shoot.
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I'll agree with that. While I haven't shot the LCP, I have the P3AT, and my hand takes a beating after a while shooting that little thing.
Originally Posted by Mike Barham
I have shot the KT-3AT a bunch and they are a snappy little critter but with pratice you can learn to control them well enough. Just remember they are card table guns and not range guns.
I have a LCP that replaced a Keltec p32. The LCP is a great little gun. The fit and finish is much better than the Keltec. I put a finger extension on the LCP that I removed from my Keltec which makes it much easier to shoot. It does have a moderate recoil but is quite manageable. I have over 400 rounds through it without any malfunctions, and is quite accurate for such a small gun. I would also like to say that the Keltec I traded for the LCP was flawless but I wanted to move up to a 380 for pocket carry and the LCP fit the bill.
i love my LCP
best pocket gun on the market
i usually shoot about 40 -50 rounds then go to my other guns at the range
for what it is you don't want to put over 50 rounds thru it at the range anyway
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