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Old 10-31-2012, 11:04 PM   #1
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Stumbled upon these when surfing the Broker. I think I've got to get one just because. The LT is aluminum body!! What? Sounds real light weight, good pocket pistol. And SA!!! I'm in heaven.

http://www.accu-tekfirearms.com/

Anyone with any experience or opinions? Another CA gun? I swear one said AZ on side, but company listed in Ontario, CA. Maybe my eyes have gone bonzo from all this gun searching. Hahaha

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The LT-380 appears to be made of 6061 aluminum, which is unfortunately not as tensile resistant as the alloys used by other manufacturers like S&W scandium-infused 7075 aluminum.

Never seen or shot one personally l, but I am impressed by their in-house CNC process. The fact that they have a lifetime warranty is quite nice as well.

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The LT-380 appears to be made of 6061 aluminum, which is unfortunately not as tensile resistant as the alloys used by other manufacturers like S&W scandium-infused 7075 aluminum.

Never seen or shot one personally l, but I am impressed by their in-house CNC process. The fact that they have a lifetime warranty is quite nice as well.
Agreed, not sure how it will hold up, very interested in knowing. Its gotta be better than potmetal Zamak stuff. Looks very Bersa like to me. Not sure if I want another caliber to have to buy ammo for, but I do like a lot. Maybe purple. Hahahaha
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Here's a pic for those whom don't want to visit the web page. I think it looks sharp.

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They've got a terrible takedown type, requires an allen wrench. I hate any handgun that requires extra tools to take down.

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They are priced high. The accu-tec site quotes msrp for the lt-380 at $309 I am seeing them priced at $390

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