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Ruger LCP .380 ACP 6 Rd Pistol- 3701 - $169.99 shipped Quick Overview
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- Caliber: .380 ACP
- Capacity: 6rds
- Sights: Fixed
- Barrel Length:
Ruger 3701 LCP Standard 380 ACP 2.75" 6+1 Blk Grip/Frame Blued w/Case - $169.99 Ruger 3701 LCP Standard 380 ACP 2.75" 6+1 Blk Grip/Frame Blued w/Case The Ruger LCP is a compact, lightweight 380 Auto great for all-day carry, as a dependable back-up, or as a personal defense carry pistol. Each LCP
Ruger LCP, Semi-Automatic, .380 ACP, 2.75" Barrel, 6+1 Rd - $170.48 shipped after code "WARRIOR" + FREE $50 gift card Ruger® LCP® Semi-automatic .380 ACP Pistol. The Ruger LCP is compact, powerful and perfect for concealed carry. Although the LCP is chambered in the beefy .380 ACP, it's one of the
Ruger LCP 380 Centerfire Pistol - $169.99 The Ruger® LCP® is a compact 380 Auto from the industry leader in rugged, reliable firearms. From backup firearms for law enforcement to licensed carry for personal protection, the LCP is the perfect choice. Designed with both male and female shooters in
Ruger LCP Standard 380 ACP 2.75" 6+1 Black (3701) - $179.99 The Ruger LCP is a compact, lightweight 380 Auto great for all-day carry, as a dependable back-up, or as a personal defense carry pistol. Each LCP comes with a finger grip extension floorplate that can be added to the magazine for comfort
Ruger LCP Standard 380 ACP 2.75" 6+1 Blk Grip/Frame Blued w/Case (3701) - $169.99 The Ruger LCP is a compact, lightweight 380 Auto great for all-day carry, as a dependable back-up, or as a personal defense carry pistol. Each LCP comes with a finger grip extension floorplate that can be added to the
Ruger 3701 LCP 380 ACP Black Frame w Soft Case - GitOutfitted - $169.99 New in box with warranty. All our LCPs are 2nd gen (improved sights, serial starts with 371).
$20 shipping (plus optional shipping insurance), no CC fees. 3701 3701 736676037018
Ruger LCP .380 ACP Caliber 2.75 Inch Barrel Blue Finish 6 Round - $169.99 FREE SHIPPING - Ruger LCP .380 ACP Caliber 2.75 Inch Barrel Blue Finish 6 Round at The Guns and Gear Store - $269.99 with blued through-hardened steel slide and black, high-performance, glass-filled nylon grip frame. Fixed
Ruger LCP .380ACP $314.95 Shipped! - $169.99 Ruger 6 + 1 Round 380 ACP w/2.75" Barrel/Blue Finish/Soft Case
Ultra-light, compact carry pistols weigh only 9.4 ounces in Ruger's
smallest pistol frame with a height of 3.6 inches and a width of just .82
inches. The LCP is comfortable and
RUGER LCP 380 AUTO BLUED 2.75IN - $189.99 The Ruger® LCP™ is a compact .380 Auto from the industry leader in rugged, reliable firearms. From backup firearms for law enforcement to licensed carry for personal protection, the LCP is the perfect choice.
Designed with both male and female shooters in
I purchased 4 of these for $68.75, they are the FDE color. This is the cheapest that I have found these magazines in stock after adding shipping in as well. I could not find them this cheap in black and checked over a dozen online vendors.
I bought one a few years back and paid about $200 for it. Living in Florida during the summer, wearing shorts, T-shirt and tennis shoes makes it a little limiting as to what I can carry without printing, or so heavy as to always having to be pulling my shorts up. I call it my “get off me gun”. it’s ok for use at point blank range so one can ensure shot placement for the round to be most effective. I can rapid fire and put all shots in an 8” target out to about 10’, after that not so much. But I didn’t buy it for it’s accuracy and certainly not for it’s limited stopping power...but rather as a deterrent. No one wants to be shot, even with a .32 caliber. I keep it loaded with typical ball ammo because I am more more concerned about maximum penetration rather than expansion.
As far as the gun, it is very lightweight even with a laser. I use the laser as my night sites. I find it reasonably accurate at self defense range. Withstands sweat well. It is my one and only Keltec I have owned and I know what I have read about them being prone to failure but I have never had a failure of any kind. The fit and finish compared to say a Ruger LCP, well it looks like it was manufactured in someone’s garage. I put a rubber sleeve around the grip to allow for more comfortable hold of such a small thin gun.
I carry it in my front pocket, in a small desante holster. Only two things I dislike about it. It is uncomfortable to shoot as the trigger slap pinches my finger against the trigger guard...and the small caliber will most like get me killed in a gunfight. But like I said, it is better used as a deterrent against a physical attack rather than self defense against an armed bad guy.
I have also carried it as a backup when my primary carry of the day is holstered in an inside waistband holster. I like having a gun in my front pocket because if I feel uneasy I can place my hand in my pocket, with my fingers around the grip, using my thumb to separate the gun slightly from the holster for an immediate draw, all without alerting anyone in case the person making me uneasy turns out not to be a threat. That is why most of the time I carry a Khar CM9, little over a pound fully loaded and comfortably fits in most of my pant’s front pockets.
For what I paid for mine and how dependably it has served it purpose for which it was bought... I think this is a pretty good deal.
At the time these were not available on ebay - this was the only charging handle like this that was less than $50. And yes, I wanted (I asked) to forfeit a $17 refund to be able to make my own determination about this product - to be able to handle it myself use it in my gun and prove whether it is relieable or not. Also it allowed me the luxury of not having to rely on keyboard/internet commandos who have never touched/used/proven the product yet still seem to have so much useful knowledge about it. Do airsoft guns even use charging handles?
Is this a Gen 1 or Gen 2? Have heard good things about these. The seller, I dunno-never purchased anything there... ...but-why is the all black version being advertised by the same seller @ $256.99 in another ad? Every other seller seems to have priced the stainless higher than the all black version.
Hi there, my first post here and I hope it'll be well received. I actually purchased one of these Sig 1911s a couple of weeks ago after stumbling across some deals posted referring to Guns MidWest. My first 1911 style handgun, and I'm very impressed. This Sig is great. 4.2 inch barrel, commander size, feels great, tight fit and controls, great to shoot, beautiful looks, good balance, nice weight, smooth shooting, crisp predictable trigger.. you guys know what I'm talking about.. Oh, it also has very nice and spot on Tritium Night Sights!!! Get one while you can!! GW delivered!! Gun actually arrived at FFL a day sooner than tracked. Very happy with eveything! - sincerely F. Taeter MI gun collector