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    It's got some things going for it. Same size as the LC9. Nice and thin, it's a Ruger, Soft shooting lower recoil, easy to conceal, lots of holsters
    already available, Covers a lot of shooters, seniors, first timers, women, and people who are very recoil sensitive. There are guns in this class and size but they aren't Rugers or have Ruger features or Ruger customer service. Its built in the US. And glock can't get its 380 which is the same size as a 26 kinda thick for a 380. It's got some stuff working for it
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    I like this, for my wife.... kind of a girly gun.... She likes the .380 round. Mostly because the recoil and "cuteness" of most .380 weapons. Plus, she shoots the best with it, and that's more important to me. Absolutely interested in this gun!
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    I hope it has a better trigger than the LC9. I hated the excessively long pull on the LC9.
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    I wonder if they will come out with a
    40cal.? LC 380, LC 9 mm, LC 40cal.?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Randall757 View Post
    I wonder if they will come out with a
    40cal.? LC 380, LC 9 mm, LC 40cal.?
    That's what I'm waiting for. A LC40.

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    Seems like a good idea to me. Low recoil in a small gun that's not too small. Most of the pocket 380s are too small to use easily for the average person that's not willing to put in the practice time. And the accessories are already out there. Holsters and lasers are readily available.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sioux565 View Post
    That's what I'm waiting for. A LC40.
    X2. I have been looking at the SR40C but a LC size .40 would be better for me especially if the frame is the same size as LC9 for holster similarities.


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    The SR45's are priced extremely good.
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    The weight would be the real disadvantage, 17.2 oz instead of 9.4oz is a huge difference.

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    Quote Originally Posted by buckeye .45 View Post
    My question would be: Why?

    Why would I want the size and weight of the LC9 with a less powerful round?
    Because it is CA approved! DR

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    Does anyone know if the new LC380 is ambidextrous like the LC9? Us left handers have all kinds of issues in this right-handed world!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smilinswordsman View Post
    Wow! I could be very interested in this. I have huge hands. A 380 that is just a bit larger than the LCP but doesn't give up much in concealability definitely would fit nicely in my arsenal.
    Since its the same size as the 9mm LC9, why drop down to the .380? I had an LCP before trading for an LC9. The only thing the LCP has going for it is the small size.
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