Glad to hear that!
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Be careful with the LCP's. My brother and I both carry them. My brother dropped his, in the restroom of his Police department. It struck the tile floor rear of the slide/butt first. Discharged and shot a toilet.
So... that's one for accidental discharge.
Thanks for the info. In my OP I emphasized that my LCP passed the drop test in a "one-time test"......muzzle dropping first. In your scenario it fell muzzle up. I'd love to duplicate your brother's experience, but I still like my LCP and don't want to drop it anymore. Now, however if someone will send me their LCP for more drop tests I'll give it a thorough workout for a few thousand drops.
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Good information ppk, while we never intend on dropping our carry handgun, it does happen once in a blue moon. Good to know it takes a lot to cause the LCP to discharge if it does it at all.
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