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Ruger LCP II

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Does anyone have any experience with this pistol?  I'm thinking about picking one up, but I'd like to get some informed opinions prior to buying.  It will be for CCW.

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It's a high capacity assault pistol.

You don't "need" such a weapon of war.

:stick:

JK Frank.

Not a big Ruger fan myself, but I won't disparage them here.

You should get some helpful  info here on them.

If the thread develops into other similar alternative options I'll contribute.

Good luck sir.

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Have had one for the past 9 months.. Single action only. Great trigger. Six round capacity. No real safety. It is my everyday carry besides my LCR. I have no complaints and have shot around 800 rounds with it. 

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i have gen 1 other than being a bit small for my hand it's a good shooter.

i'm a big fan of rugers i have.22's 380's 9mm's and 45's all shoot great and are about 30% less money than the more "famous" names.that being said all my guns are shooters and i'm just a plinker.

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We sell scads of LCP's. I haven't seen an LCP11 yet. On the LCP:takes up very little room and is very light. Pitifully small for a big hand. Uncomfortable to shoot...just not fun. If I wanted to carry small, I would carry an S&W Shield 9mm. In the shop, I carry an STI 1911 .45 cocked & locked.

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9 hours ago, webfoot44 said:

I have the gen 1 and it is pretty easy to shoot and it's very reliable with hollow points and ball.

 

can you chamber a round and add another to the mag?

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On ‎8‎/‎3‎/‎2017 at 6:10 AM, Bass Ackwards said:

It shoots a .380, on the small side for a defensive round. You would be better off with a .9mm.

 

+1.

 

I do not recommend the .380 cartridge for self-defense.

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