I recently upgraded to 1911. I've got a Springer Loaded Gov't and just bought a Colt New Agent (Defender-sized). I still want a little pocket gun, the smaller the better, for those walks around the block or a quick errand or mowing the lawn. I'm off to buy an LCP this afternoon. The seller seems a little sketchy. I won't get into the boring details. He just seems to want to be more discrete than it seems would be called for for a simple gun purchase. He isn't sketchy enough to call off the deal, just enough to ask this question: What should I look for in the gun when I meet him? I won't be able to fire it in the parking lot, but what about dry-firing? Since the slide doesn't lock open on the LCP when the mag is empty, I'm assuming one will necessarily dry-fire every time at the end of a mag so dry-firing cannot be that bad. I will just try to work everything I can. I cannot take it down because that requires a flat-head screwdriver. Thoughts?