Well after waiting since October of 2008 I finally got my hand on a LCP. I took her too the range yesterday and put 86 rounds through her. It's a fun gun to shoot and accurate for it's size. Since the range was closed the night I got her I tore her down a few times. I have never seen a new gun with so much oil inside of it. It came in a plastic bag with oil coating pretty much everything. I wiped the outside down, but left the internals alone prior to shooting. Field stripping her is easy but you do have to use a small screwdriver or knife blade to pull out the pin to break the breech free. This bothers me as I do not want to scratch the little sucker. As a member to the Else Pee site I cannot believe how many LCP owners are changing these little guns immediately after getting them. New springs, polishing feed ramps, filling on internal part to make them look better etc.... I figure the guys who make these probably have a good idea on how to make a gun, so if it's not broke don't fix it. The only issue I had was that the initial cartridge feed jammed if you didn't allow the breech to slap out of your fingers and do it's thing. I blame myself for this, as once I go used to letting her go there was no issue. It's so small using two hands to shoot her is not necessary, there is not that much kick from the 380 and the sites are so small it's just a point and fire gun anyway. Pictures are from 20', 30', 15', and 20' as you scroll through them. realize that I have nerve damage in my legs and arms, no balance, and I shake so all in all she will get the job done if the need be. I'm very happy with her. Oh yeah I was using Winchester 95GR FMJ 380 ammo is really hard to come by (just like all others WTF) and I had to save the rest of the box the load the two clips I have for her. Yeah someone will do the math and I will have a spare bullet as she will hold one in the chamber and 6 in the clip. The only thing that I can think of that would make this little pistol better would be if the breech stayed open when she is empty, it does not. It's also a little strange for me not to have any hammer control as it's visible but internal. Once you have one racked in the chamber, your good to carry, the trigger pull is long and at 8lbs a little hard but I guess that keeps it safe. Great little pocket gun.