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Ode to the LCP

This is a discussion on Ode to the LCP within the Defensive Carry Guns forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by gglass Although your "ode" was not quite poetic, I believe that I can compliment this thread with a bit of LCP art... ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by gglass View Post
    Although your "ode" was not quite poetic, I believe that I can compliment this thread with a bit of LCP art...

    Nice touch with the dead man's hand on the table (Aces and Eights).

    I was all set to buy an LCP, but then I was dragged through the Glocks and Spriner XD's and somehow ended up putting a down payment on a Ruger SP101. I might just still buy an LCP in the future!


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    I want to buy a Ruger LCP to carry in my pocket at work. I do have a S&W 442 but it is just a tad bit bulky when wearing business attire. I really like how easy it is to conceal the Ruger LCP and how reliable it is. Plus, the design and aesthetics are simply beautiful. I think everyone should own a Ruger LCP just in case they need deep concealment.
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    ima haveta get me one of 'em.

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    I am the lone dissenter, I guess. I like the size of the LCP, but mine wasn't reliable. I fixed it with a 442.
    Trust in God and keep your powder dry

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    just traded mine for a sig p238 with nitron finish and siglite sites. i aint lookin back.
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    Another LCP believer here!
    gglass: Nice photo!
    Here's mine:


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    The LCP is great and fits the bill well for it's intended design/use. It wasn't designed to be a plinker/recreational shooter, but an easily concealed personal protection firearm. My primary is a Kimber Tactical Ultra, but depending on what I am wearing or what my activity; I opt for the smaller more concealable pistol. It works great, pretty accurate, and light and easy to conceal. It is a great backup as well...of which I wear on my ankle occasionally as well....

    The pic of the cards, poker chips, etc...GREAT!
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    I love my LCP and carry it everyday. It's been 100% reliable and I find it quite fun to shoot.

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    I like my LCP's
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    Just got back from a low-light pistol class. Ran it with my back-up LCP, the one that had to go back to Ruger twice. Glad to say it ran flawlessly. With the CT laser, I was the only student in the class (of 8) that had all of his shots on the target for the entire class (most of the shots were from only 5 yards) - not one miss.

    With only 6 in the mag, I also got to practice a lot of reloads under stress.

    One poor guy with a mega-$ Kimber had all sorts of issues. To be fair to Kimber, he admitted he didn't clean it well, and the gun was not through its 500-round break in. Some oil off the dip stick in his car seemed to help. This was his defensive gun, too.

    All in all, I continue to be impressed with the LCP.
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    Nice photo gglass!
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    Quote Originally Posted by 10thmtn View Post
    One poor guy with a mega-$ Kimber had all sorts of issues. To be fair to Kimber, he admitted he didn't clean it well, and the gun was not through its 500-round break in. Some oil off the dip stick in his car seemed to help. This was his defensive gun, too.
    Would you allow your expensive car to have the fits that this kimber had?????
    The more a gun costs (to me): It should perform even better under the worst conditions. Like the little LCP

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    I like mine too. May even get a second one. I have two pockets, right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lewis128 View Post
    I like mine too. May even get a second one. I have two pockets, right?
    That's exactly what I've been doing lately...dual pocket carry with two LCPs.
    The more good folks carry guns, the fewer shots the crazies can get off.
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    It's nice to find more believers in the little LCP. I have only had mine since January, but it goes everywhere I go except to work, its illegal to conceal carry where I work. I was looking for something to drop in my pocket and the LCP works perfectly for that. I have about 250 rounds through mine without a single issue. I've tried 4 kinds of ammo and settled on the Hornady Critical Defense for my carry ammo.

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