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Discussion in 'Semi-Auto Handguns' started by BullseyePrecision, Jan 9, 2012.
Just wandering what everyones thoughts are on these two 380s.
My vote is for the SIG!
Im leaning that way, price is more but I will be happy with it.
We sell a ton of the LCP's at academy but every time we get the Sig in, it sells within 2 days of us getting it in. Both are fine weapons. I'd rather have the Sig for concealed but that's because I don't like having fingers off the grip
I really like my 238. Friend and I were shooting yesterday and I let him try my sig and he liked it much better than his lcp.
I will have fingers off with either gun im a big guy with big hands
I want the 238 myself. I had a Kel-Tec P3AT, essentially the same as the LCR, didn't like it.
238 and I own a lcp would trade it in a second for a 238. Except for the price difference.
I love my LCP, but I REALLY love that P238 with the rosewood gripss!
I own the LCP and love it, but the Sig is like a mini 1911. For a carry gun it would definitely be the Ruger, the Sig looks like a mantle piece that I wouod never have for a daily driver. Just a weekend show piece at the range.
Yeah I'm not so big lol only 5'10" and 150 soaking wet
Dang, you just made me add one to the short list. Sig p238 here I come... In several months to a year.
Sig overprices the rosewoods grip guns, buy a cheaper model and then shop Altamont grips.
The seven round mags really, give you something to hold on to. Even if you have larger hands.
SIG enough said
I go with the Sig first. But if your on a budget look at the S & W Bodyguard in 380. If you plan of putting a laser on a LCP I will cost you more for the LCP. Also the LCP slide doesn't stay open after the last shot which may have you thinking you still one more round left.
I'm in for the Ruger! Price, ease of operation, accuracy - the LCP is a no brainier.
If price is an none issue sig. If you are on a budget lcp. I have a lcp polished the feed ramp (do it on every gun I get) painted the sights with glow on. Never had a problem. It is my throw in the pocket gun.
I was considering the same a few months ago. I went with the Sig because I could just feel a higher quality gun than the LCP. It operates similar to the 1911, so there was no learning curve on practical carry aspects for me since I'm used to the 1911. Nothing wrong with the LCP, but if you have the money I think you'll be happier with the Sig for the long term.
I have an LCP 380 bought primarily as a back-up to my S&W 457. But have been carrying the lil' Ruger regularly since.