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    Ruger LCP

    I stopped at my local gun store today and picked up a Riger LCP. I had long been wanting a BUG and it seemed to fit the bill quite nicely. Originally I had intended to get a small Bera but they had sold it. I am not normally one for spontaneous purchases but I figured with this one I could not go too wrong.

    Anything I should need to know?

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    Nope a great little firearm and just like all my Rugers it will eat any ammo without a glitch.

  4. Great EDC gun. Check out Hays Holsters for a nice owb pancake. Go shoot it a lot to get use to the long trigger pull. Enjoy!
    Best regards,
    Steve

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    I love it for a 'Bug'. It shoots well, but as you will hear form others it it not a pistol that you will take to the range to plink around. I can hold a fist size grouping at five paces with no problem. This make mee confident enough to carry the LCP.

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    I wear an xl golf glove and I love to plink with my LCP. Hold tight with non-shooting hand, control the trigger, and enjoy.

  7. I have had this gun for about 8 months. It is my EDC during summer and warmer months because of wearing dress clothes at work, I can pocket conceal this easily. Now as far as plinking. If you shoot it more, you will do much better with it. I often shot 200-250 rounds during my range trips when I first bought it. Also, with practice, you can hit a paper plate at 50 yards with this gun. I have shocked more than one friend by shooting consistently at 25 yards hitting in and around the 8 ring on targets. I'm not the best shot by any means but once you get a handle on elsie, I think you will feel very confident carrying. also check out elspeaforum for lots of info on this gun and accessories from fellow owners. :) good luck and happy and safe shooting.

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    You wont be disappointed if you by the gun. I've had mine for quite awhile and it's turned into my daily carry. Remarkably its very accurate for a small and short barreled gun, and as Doug said above...you can impress the hell out of people at the range with it!

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    Surprisingly accurate. Beautifully comfortable to carry. But I do have a few misgivings. Double action trigger pull every time is a big turnoff. Action does not lock open on empty mag, which slows the tactical reload. And due to my larger hands, I find the gun difficult to control (I'm adjusting frequently between shots), and a little on the punishing side to shoot more than a box or two at a time with. Again, probably due to the size. Good luck!

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    Mine is cute, and shoots quite nicely thank you.
    1)"When injustice becomes law, resistance becomes duty." -Thomas Jefferson.
    2)"Imagine how gun control might be stomped if GOA or SAF had the (compromising) NRA's 4 million members!" -Me. http://jpfo.org/filegen-n-z/nraletter.htm

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doug Rowan View Post
    I have had this gun for about 8 months. It is my EDC during summer and warmer months because of wearing dress clothes at work, I can pocket conceal this easily. Now as far as plinking. If you shoot it more, you will do much better with it. I often shot 200-250 rounds during my range trips when I first bought it. Also, with practice, you can hit a paper plate at 50 yards with this gun. I have shocked more than one friend by shooting consistently at 25 yards hitting in and around the 8 ring on targets. I'm not the best shot by any means but once you get a handle on elsie, I think you will feel very confident carrying. also check out elspeaforum for lots of info on this gun and accessories from fellow owners. :) good luck and happy and safe shooting.
    I think it might be spelled this way: Elsie Pea Forum - The #1 Ruger LCP Owner Forum and Information Source ...But then again, who's counting?
    1)"When injustice becomes law, resistance becomes duty." -Thomas Jefferson.
    2)"Imagine how gun control might be stomped if GOA or SAF had the (compromising) NRA's 4 million members!" -Me. http://jpfo.org/filegen-n-z/nraletter.htm

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