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    Default New Ruger LCP 380

    I think that Ruger is finally coming out with a gun that I will have to buy. It is a pocket 380 that looks a lot like the Kel-Tec PF-9 but it will be a locked breech instead of a blowback. It really looks nice in the videos.

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    Default Re: New Ruger LCP 380

    i agree that it looks nice
    but think its a direct copy of the keltec p3at but with a nicer build, better grip area, and better finish...
    should be a hot seller!

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    Default Re: New Ruger LCP 380

    Has anyone fondled an LCP yet? I see them for sale now on some of the gun auction sites. They haven't hit the stores here yet.
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    Default Re: New Ruger LCP 380

    Quote Originally Posted by PisnNapalm View Post
    Has anyone fondled an LCP yet? I see them for sale now on some of the gun auction sites. They haven't hit the stores here yet.
    Yes, it felt VERY slick in the hand....kinda like a "high-buff" version of the P3AT....didn't get to shoot one yet, but I think it will be very difficult to hold onto without some after-market checkering or rubber sleeve.

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    Default Re: New Ruger LCP 380

    yes, it is a little hard in the hand, meaning only your first two fingers fit on the grip so the pinky finger kinda hangs which for me makes it a little uncomfortable, but hell, for a "throw it in your pocket" easy to carry piece, I will probably eventually get one for VERY concealable purposes.

    Feels good tho, like it will be nice to shoot
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    Default Re: New Ruger LCP 380

    Quote Originally Posted by rey View Post
    I think that Ruger is finally coming out with a gun that I will have to buy. It is a pocket 380 that looks a lot like the Kel-Tec PF-9 but it will be a locked breech instead of a blowback. It really looks nice in the videos.
    The kel-tec is a locked breech design. It looks like ruger pretty much copied the kel-tec. I'd like to buy one, as I've been considering getting a p3at. it all depends if i can find one when the tax money comes. If I can find one easily i'll get the ruger. If nobody has them in stock i'm getting the p3at.

    either way i'll have me a pocket gun.

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    Default Re: New Ruger LCP 380

    Quote Originally Posted by p-11 shooter View Post
    The kel-tec is a locked breech design. It looks like ruger pretty much copied the kel-tec. I'd like to buy one, as I've been considering getting a p3at. it all depends if i can find one when the tax money comes. If I can find one easily i'll get the ruger. If nobody has them in stock i'm getting the p3at.

    either way i'll have me a pocket gun.
    You think that Ruger has a winner with this gun?
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    Default Re: New Ruger LCP 380

    Quote Originally Posted by bradjc72 View Post
    You think that Ruger has a winner with this gun?
    The bigest bitch people have with kel-tec is the fit and finish.

    The design is excelent. Cutting edge.

    If ruger makes a gun with this great design, but does it with a little more style they have a definate winner.

    and if they manage to keep the price pretty close they'll give kel-tec a run for their money. Alot of people would pay a little more for a "refined" kel-tec.

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    Default Re: New Ruger LCP 380

    Haven't shot one yet, only fingerbanged one.....but from those I've spoken with who have shot it...said it "felt much better" than the P3AT while shooting it.

    I'd buy it over a P3AT if I were in the market for something like this.

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    Default Re: New Ruger LCP 380

    From what I saw, Ruger is definitely keeping it close in price, its I think in the low $300's so that should be within earshot of what the P3A-T is priced at.
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