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Old 08-28-2010, 02:17 PM   #1
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Default Ruger LCP

Picked up a LCP a few days ago, needed something for the hot days when I couldn't conceal my G27 with only jeans and a T. Took it out to the range and shot a little over a hundred rounds. Was really surprised as to how accurate it was at ten long paces (kept it on a 9.5" paper plate). Never gave me a hiccup, even the Fed Hydroshok fed and ejected great. I carry it in a pocket holster in the right front one, you would never know it was there, but when the jackets come out it's back to the G27.

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Is it raspberry?

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Nope, dark blued to a black finish, except the plastic which is black, I do like you red one, it's sort of unusual!
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Nope, dark blued to a black finish, except the plastic which is black, I do like you red one, it's sort of unusual!
It's my daughter's and I'm stickin' to that story!
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Is it engraved?

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I recommend getting the Crimson Trace Lasergrip. It adds a lot to the LCP.

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I've picked up a DeSantis Nemesis holster, only $14, but it fits the LCP like a glove, stays in the Rt. front pocket, releases the little auto with out a flaw and "barely" prints. I think it makes a great combination.

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Keep the pictures coming.

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