In my opinion the best 380 ACP ccw. I do not know how people buy other brands of 380 ACP pistols that are double the price. The gun fed perfectly fine and never had one jam or misfire. This gun shot FMJ and JHP with no problems. It is really small and one of the easiest to conceal guns. The gun is also suprisingly able to hit targets out further than given credit for and is really an accurate 380 ACP. - C. S.
After roaming around a gun show and looking for a good 380 to buy, I ended up getting the LCP. Great feel, great workmanship, much better than the others. I did shoot self defense rounds and found it to have a bit of a kick. I also have the laser site and found that very nice to have, light it up and shoot (very accurate right from the box @ about 25 to 35 feet). This pistol is a great concealment gun. - B. G.
I bought it the first time I saw it. Was looking for a compact small enough to fit the hand with enough power to take down a bad guy, and did not want to pack my Glock 21. There seems to be a lot more armed robberies around these days so I it is a perfect carry.
The trigger pull is a bit long and it shoots a little low and left, but after you run a few boxes of ammo through it you can easily compensate. I thinking of adding the laser.
One thing . . . I bought some Russian ammo that jammed almost every time so buy good stuff and avoid +P. BTW: Remington makes a really good 88gr JHP or try the Hydra-shocks. Great gun . . . . - R. J.
great little gun.the only problem is you can't use plus p ammo.on my first lcp i used mag safe plus p and the gun lierally blew up in my hand. i sent it back to ruger .at first they denied anything wrong with the gun.then they said the gun was not made for plus p.the advertisement for the gun said no such thing.after 3 months they finally sent me a new model for free. i guess they thought iwanted to sue them. that was the furthest thing from my mind . but you know. i just wish they would put in their advertisements--NO PLUS P'S.I use hornadys and have not had any problems. imust have bought at least 10 different rugers in my 35 years in law enforcement.still think theyre the best in revolvers to autos. - J. S.