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    Welcome from NE Florida.

    What are you trying to protect yourself from? I personally would consider the LCP inadequate for most critters I would find in the woods.


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    I would go with the CT sights. All lasers need to be sighted in. You really need to practice without the lasers IMHO. If you're in a situation where the daylight is bright, you may not be able to see the laser dot. I have CT sights on my Kimber Ultra Carry II. They work great and rarely need adjustment.

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    I have owned an LCP for 1.5 years now. In many situation's it is a perfect CC especially in the warm months. I use Hornandy CD and Crimson Trace is the preferred lazer IMHO. Welcome from S.E. Wisconsin.
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    I also carry the LCP as well as the LC9. The LCP in my opinion is not for use outside 15 yards. The 380 is a closer range weapon. You should be able to hit your target every time within 25 yards with sufficient practice. Can not see the point of the extra money for the laser on this caliber weapon..

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    I stay with the iron sites. I have a hard time seeing the laser in bright daylight.

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    Neither. Get the standard LCP and add the LaserLyte. Got the LaserLyte at Amazon for $75, installed in 1 minute. Its the most rugged choice and that way the LCP also fits regular soft holsters

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