Ode to the LCP

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    I REALLY wish you idiots would stop starting these threads dedicated to the LCP. I just about have my itch to buy a LCP soothed when someone starts up this kind of thread and I get the itch again.

    At long last, have you no decency left?

    I live in the burbs in Houston and take the park and ride bus to our office downtown and I get to walk about ten blocks to the office and pass some of Houston's finest downtown folks and I keep thinking "I wish I had brought my LCR with me". The LCR is a bit to bulky to pocket carry at work all day (our company does not have a no-guns policy and neither does the building our office is located in) and I am thinking the LCR would be PERFECT for concealed pocket carry.

    Someone please talk me out of this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PSLOwner View Post
    I REALLY wish you idiots would stop starting these threads dedicated to the LCP. I just about have my itch to buy a LCP soothed when someone starts up this kind of thread and I get the itch again.

    At long last, have you no decency left?

    I live in the burbs in Houston and take the park and ride bus to our office downtown and I get to walk about ten blocks to the office and pass some of Houston's finest downtown folks and I keep thinking "I wish I had brought my LCR with me". The LCR is a bit to bulky to pocket carry at work all day (our company does not have a no-guns policy and neither does the building our office is located in) and I am thinking the LCR would be PERFECT for concealed pocket carry.

    Someone please talk me out of this.
    Don't look at me to talk you out of it. <G> I have one in my pocket right now. It has made it possible to be
    armed when nothing else would have.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PSLOwner View Post
    I REALLY wish you idiots would stop starting these threads dedicated to the LCP. I just about have my itch to buy a LCP soothed when someone starts up this kind of thread and I get the itch again.

    At long last, have you no decency left?

    I live in the burbs in Houston and take the park and ride bus to our office downtown and I get to walk about ten blocks to the office and pass some of Houston's finest downtown folks and I keep thinking "I wish I had brought my LCR with me". The LCR is a bit to bulky to pocket carry at work all day (our company does not have a no-guns policy and neither does the building our office is located in) and I am thinking the LCR would be PERFECT for concealed pocket carry.

    Someone please talk me out of this.
    I think it would be idiotic for someone that has a real need of an ideal pocket carry gun to not own a LCP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1959 View Post
    I think it would be idiotic for someone that has a real need of an ideal pocket carry gun to not own a LCP.
    Uh-oh, the "double idiot" logic. I am powerless against that.

    Perhaps next weekend I'll pay a visit to my local gun store and just check them out........

    I know the second I hold one I will want it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PSLOwner View Post
    I know the second I hold one I will want it.
    lol, sure, just hold one. I used the same logic in January. I have not been able to put it down since.

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    Maybe someone can tell me why, with certain pants, my LCP does not come out of the pocket holster--- out comes gun and holster! Am I doing something wrong, or just wearing pants that are too floppy? Thanks, LCP lovers.
    Chicken Little? Who the heck is Chicken Little? And what does she know, anyway?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1959 View Post
    I think it would be idiotic for someone that has a real need of an ideal pocket carry gun to not own a LCP.
    Because of the CM9 and PM9. Little .380's are a thing of the past in my opinion, but to each their own.

    -Former LCP owner.

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    The LCP is an ideal carry Piece.

    Micro sized, inexpensive and made in a formidable self-defense caliber that has killed more people than Cecil B. DeMille.
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    What we've got here is failure to communicate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Philly Boy View Post
    Maybe someone can tell me why, with certain pants, my LCP does not come out of the pocket holster--- out comes gun and holster! Am I doing something wrong, or just wearing pants that are too floppy? Thanks, LCP lovers.
    I think its a combination of a loose fit and wide pockets. I have the same problem. If you push down on the hoster with your thumb as part of the draw, it helps. But this method works best with a leather holster.

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    BubbaDX: Thanks for that. I will take it under advisement!!
    Chicken Little? Who the heck is Chicken Little? And what does she know, anyway?!

    " The will of the majority, the natural law of every society, is the only sure guardian of the rights of man." Thomas Jefferson.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thunder71 View Post
    Because of the CM9 and PM9. Little .380's are a thing of the past in my opinion, but to each their own.

    -Former LCP owner.
    I have both LCPs and a PM9. While the PM9 is only slightly larger, it is significantly heavier. For some, that will make a difference - as will the price. The bottom line is that the little .380s aren't going anywhere, until someone can make a pocket sized 9mm out of light weight unobtanium, while keeping the price down. Which ain't gonna happen anytime soon...
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    I just bought an LCP today. I couldn't stop thinking about it for months! I can't wait to shoot it. I'm also looking for a good pocket holster.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brian l View Post
    I just bought an LCP today. I couldn't stop thinking about it for months! I can't wait to shoot it. I'm also looking for a good pocket holster.
    Mine has been riding in my right rear pocket, every day for over two years now in this (although mine is the pre-zipper verion - I like the fake zipper btw). I've fallen off ladders with it, etc.. It is a sturdy and safe holster.
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    Still thinking of selling mine: it's too " snappy" to enjoy at the range. I KNOW--- it's not a range gun, but after one mag. I've had enough with it. Think I'll take a look at the LC9 IF I can find one. What say you?!
    Chicken Little? Who the heck is Chicken Little? And what does she know, anyway?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Philly Boy View Post
    Still thinking of selling mine: it's too " snappy" to enjoy at the range. I KNOW--- it's not a range gun, but after one mag. I've had enough with it. Think I'll take a look at the LC9 IF I can find one. What say you?!
    ONE MAG and you've had enough?! Seriously? I ran through a low light class with mine, no issues. I've shot upwards of 300 round in a single session.

    Do you use the finger extension mag base plate? It helps you get a firm grip, and keeps the pistol from jumping around too much. Helps keep you from getting beat up too much.

    The LC9 will not take the place of the LCP - it is just too big to be a true "go in any pocket" gun.

    I find it hilarious how so many think the .380 is too weak for defense, but then complain about how the micro .380s beat them up (just a general comment - not directed at you).

    Keep the LCP...man up and shoot it like you mean it! (j/k)
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