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Thread: Ruger LCP Max

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    I don't carry my LCP1 G2 much, but it's my mousegun of choice. The only reason I sometimes settle for .380 is that it's in a really tiny gun. The LCP2 Max is 1/2" taller (grip to top of sights) than the LCP1. That's not a trivial difference for NPE carry, but I admit to being interested--in a few years when the bugs are worked out by early adopters.

    I like the DAO aspect of the LCP, and with a thumb on the back of the slide, the mini-hammer provides decent SCD-like feedback on holstering.

    EDIT: the weight difference is unimportant to me. Tiny is what I'm looking for in a mousegun.
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    I wonder if Ruger bothered to put a hammer block safety in this version.

  3. #23
    ^ No

    Really wish they had one then it would be about perfect. I still love my original lcp though.

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    That slide on a regular LCP2 would be the heir to the combination of small .380 with great sights that the LCP Custom once was.

    For now, I shall continue rocking a G42 for my .380 needs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by psalms144.1 View Post
    Well, thank goodness I didn't run out and buy that blue label G42 yesterday!
    I bought a Blue Label G42 Saturday.
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    This is cool, and congrats to Ruger, but sometimes I feel like only jackass around who prefers actual TDA on these sort of guns.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bergeron View Post
    This is cool, and congrats to Ruger, but sometimes I feel like only jackass around who prefers actual TDA on these sort of guns.

    There are more of us jackasses than you might think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheNewbie View Post
    There are more of us jackasses than you might think.
    +2

    I went with the M&P 380 specifically for the DA trigger, firing pin block, and melonite finish for a dedicated pocket pistol.

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    That’s why I swear by my Taurus Curve.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wonder9 View Post
    +2

    I went with the M&P 380 specifically for the DA trigger, firing pin block, and melonite finish for a dedicated pocket pistol.

    How do you like the M&P 380?


    The Gen 1 LCP seems reliable enough and drop safe enough. However, I prefer a true firing pin block.

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