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    Ruger LCP Max

    https://ruger.com/products/lcpMax/models.html?r=y

    10+1 or 12+1 in very similar size to LCP II. Smaller,lighter by 7 oz and shorter than Max 9 which is already pretty thin. Fits in LCP II holsters. Has better extractor, better adjustable and changeable sights, reversible mag button. Seems promising.

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    I like it! Real sights too!
    Pointing at cardboard things.... CO GM, working on Open

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    Quote Originally Posted by JCN View Post
    I like it! Real sights too!
    ^^^This

    They will sell a metric shit ton of these: an 11oz blaster with 10+ rounds of .380 on tap. That is a hose machine, right there, and you might even be able to call your shots with that sight setup. This might *finally* be the Elsie Pea for me.

    Once the beta testers know it works….

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    Quote Originally Posted by Totem Polar View Post
    ^^^This

    They will sell a metric shit ton of these: an 11oz blaster with 10+ rounds of .380 on tap. That is a hose machine, right there, and you might even be able to call your shots with that sight setup. This might *finally* be the Elsie Pea for me.

    Once the beta testers know it works….

    I think Sig should make a P365 mini that swaps the P365 FCU into an 11 oz 380 version….
    Pointing at cardboard things.... CO GM, working on Open

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    This is interesting... I still wish Glock would make a 42X.

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    I like my LCP because of the longer DAO trigger.

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    The sights were a big part of why I bought a LCP Custom.

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    Honestly... that is a pretty well set up gun, right out of the box. Factory front night sight, with beveled edges. Overall it seems rather "de-horned" for carry. I'm impressed. Maybe not run out and buy one impressed, but someone at Ruger has been paying attention to what people are asking for.

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    This is very interesting. Add me to the list of those who appreciate good sights even on a tiny gun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Totem Polar View Post
    ^^^This

    They will sell a metric shit ton of these: an 11oz blaster with 10+ rounds of .380 on tap. That is a hose machine, right there, and you might even be able to call your shots with that sight setup. This might *finally* be the Elsie Pea for me.

    Once the beta testers know it works….

    I'll be your beta-tester!

    If this one proves as stupidly reliable as my old LCP-II, it will become my new around-the-house/taking-out-the-trash/going-to-the-mailbox pocket pistol. That's an important role, even if I don't go out into the world with naught but a .380...

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