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This is a discussion on "fancy" LCPs within the Defensive Carry Guns forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; yeah really, how about a parkerized slide edition or a stainless? kel tec does that. you think they would follow the lead of the company ...

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    yeah really, how about a parkerized slide edition or a stainless? kel tec does that. you think they would follow the lead of the company they ripped the design off of.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Skidboot View Post
    I can't agree that it's the cheapest of its class; the best maybe, but not the cheapest. .
    I may be short-sighted, but i only considered it's "class" when shopping to be the P380 and P3AT
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    I don't care what prompts a person to pick one gun over another. I'm just happy people are buying guns at all.

    The urge to personalize our stuff often has little to do with its value. How many sets of $2000 wheels and tires have you seen on a $1500 POS? Black, silver, pink, stainless, realtree whatever. It's not in my pocket so I don't care what someone else's gun looks like. Whatever makes you happy. Just shoot it straight.
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    yeah you're right. nothing wrong with capitalizing on what people want. if they had a parkerized slide version i'd buy it. other people might think i'm stupid for wanting that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by yz9890 View Post
    I don't care what prompts a person to pick one gun over another. I'm just happy people are buying guns at all.

    The urge to personalize our stuff often has little to do with its value. How many sets of $2000 wheels and tires have you seen on a $1500 POS? Black, silver, pink, stainless, realtree whatever. It's not in my pocket so I don't care what someone else's gun looks like. Whatever makes you happy. Just shoot it straight.
    Living near Memphis, I see the busted up old vics and marquis on lift kits with expensive rims all the time. It used to annoy me but now its kinda funny finding the worst one. I saw a late 90's Corvette on a lift kit with huge rims and a big fast and furious spoiler. I dont like Vettes but your right, whatever makes one happy. Im still ganna laugh though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spirit51 View Post
    I have a raspberry/black LCP. Hubby got it for me on Valentine's Day. I love the way it looks to me. So no one will see it? I like wearing colorful and fancy underwear, but I don't expect anyone will see it. I wear it for myself. Same with my LCP. The raspberry slide with black body looks nice. (Besides, it is easy to tell whose is whose....Hubby's is black/black LCP.)

    I think it goes along the lines of "Beauty is in the eye's of the beholder".
    I prefer "Beauty is in the eyes of the BEERholder".
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