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    Default Gas, tell me about your LCP

    Like it? Hate it? Any jams or issues?


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    I'm hoping to spring for a Sig p238 in the near future.
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    I don't mind it. Great for pocket gun.

    With any real little gun... you have to strangle the gun's grip. If you don't some of the recoil is absorbed in your loose grip and the rocking of the gun. Thus killin some of the recoil that is used to feed the next round.

    Common issue with the real small sub compacts.

    Other than that, aspect which isn't the guns fault, I love it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SportstersPaul View Post
    I'm hoping to spring for a Sig p238 in the near future.
    Looking for something to drop in a pocket. The Ruger fills the bill. I've checked out the Sig and some other pockets guns, the Ruger and Keltec are the smallest.

    Quote Originally Posted by Gas Man View Post
    I don't mind it. Great for pocket gun.

    With any real little gun... you have to strangle the gun's grip. If you don't some of the recoil is absorbed in your loose grip and the rocking of the gun. Thus killin some of the recoil that is used to feed the next round.

    Common issue with the real small sub compacts.

    Other than that, aspect which isn't the guns fault, I love it.
    I've been doing a lot of reading up, seems like they have very few issues with jamming, stovepiping, etc. Most guys say they can use any kind of ammo they want, typical Ruger, they'll eat whatever you feed them.

    I'm going to pick one up tomorrow or Sat, depending on how much time I have and if the forecast Snowmageddon happens or not.


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    Exactly... it's a ruger. Nuff said.
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