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New Boating Accident Victim.

Someone got a new tool to lose overboard while projectile fishing...


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Whats the weight loaded?

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The standard weight should be around a 12 oz. fully loaded. The gun is at 9.75 oz according to the flyer. .380 weight is 47 rounds per pound. That means that 7 rounds is a touch over 2 oz.
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The standard weight should be around a 12 oz. fully loaded. The gun is at 9.75 oz according to the flyer. .380 weight is 47 rounds per pound. That means that 7 rounds is a touch over 2 oz.

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I've carried a LCP for a while. Jealous that they offer the custom triggers and sights, mine has neither. I did put a belt clip on it and usually carry it in my boot. Even clipped in the pocket, most think its a knife.
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Someone got a new tool to lose overboard while projectile fishing...


http://www.ruger.com/products/lcp/specSheets/3740.html

Good tool. Gunny and I can give you the coordinates (as well as we can remember) of where we had our terrible boating accident and lost both of our entire collections. Oh, the humanity.

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Welcome to the LCP club. I have had mine for several years and I take it were it is not convenient to carry something larger.


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Got another Kusiak, that guy makes outstanding leather goods!

This is a tuckable with spare mag. Slick setup!
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I hope the trigger on it is better than the one i tried. Had more trigger slap than a cheap AK. Also, even with a hogue wrap around, it was just too small for me to really keep a grip on.

+1 on Kusiak, it's my EDC holster for my P938. I dig it.

I think this thing is finally coming together. Still Needed: drive shafts, frame mount rails...then done son! For a while...
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I hope the trigger on it is better than the one i tried. Had more trigger slap than a cheap AK. Also, even with a hogue wrap around, it was just too small for me to really keep a grip on.

+1 on Kusiak, it's my EDC holster for my P938. I dig it.
The trigger dynamic is much better with the new C version. Next up is a Hogue and the 13# recoil spring. I love how light this thing is, I forget it's there.

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That is sharp little .380

Thanks for spending 400 of my dollars....I got to get one now.

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