Ruger LCP Handgun
Ideal for all-day carry
Low-profile fixed sights
Through-hardened alloy blued steel slide
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Product DescriptionThe 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 mind, the LCP is as affordable as it is reliable. With an empty magazine, this semi-auto pistol is a lightweight 9.4 oz., ideal for all-day carry. The LCP is carefully constructed with a through-hardened blued alloy steel slide, black glass-filled nylon grips, and low-profile fixed sights. 2.75" barrel and 5.16" overall. New York & Maryland compliant.
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Q:Does it come in a 9mm?Asked on 5/21/2012 by Anonymous
Q:how can i get a finger extension for clipAsked on 4/22/2012 by jazz from kingston pa.
Q:what price is the ammo for this rugerAsked on 3/29/2011 by Ken
A:You can buy rounds for about 36 cents each. Bascily a box of 50
for about $18. That's on the .380.Answered on 5/21/2012 by Jim the Prepper from Columbus, Ohio
A:Depends: I use Hornady Critical Defense, which is premium ammo (jacketed hollow-point) at about a buck a round. But I practice with cheap full-metal-jacket ammo running at about fifteen bucks for fifty rounds on average. In winter, I load the gun with FMJs instead of JHPs, for better penetration thru thick coats and such (the .380 round is on the weak side). Some say that certain rounds don't feed well with this gun but thus far, I've not had a problem. For carry, go American, even if the cost is higher...American stuff is more reliable in general. Test your carry ammo well, don't limp-wrist the gun, and keep it cleaned and lubed...as with all semi-autos, to maintain reliability.Answered on 4/14/2011 by Ruger fan from La Crosse, WI
A:got federal ammo today, 50 count box for around $20.Answered on 3/6/2012 by Scooter from East Troy, WI
A:Shop carefully, as the price is all over the place. Generally though, you should be able to shoot at about 22 cents per round for FMJ 95 grain. Your best buy is going to be 1000 rounds at a time.Answered on 3/8/2012 by nevcop from Mesa, AZ
A:It varys too much...$15 to $50.Answered on 3/8/2012 by dos0711 from Northeast, Florida
A:I use Hornaday "CRITICAL DEFENSE" ammo in mine. For 25 rounds, it costs me around $14.00 a boxAnswered on 4/9/2012 by Jim / NRA / USCCA from Palm Coast, FL
A:The last time I bought .380 acp I paid about $0.36 per roundAnswered on 4/13/2012 by coding pirate from Greenville, NC
Q:What is the range of this firearm?Asked on 2/10/2011 by Anonymous
A:The sights have been greatly improved in recent months, making it much easier to aim. However, it is intended for very short range personal protection, which would typically be less than 50 feet.Answered on 4/1/2013 by Glocksnob7 from Georgia
A:The useful range is 50 feet. The round will travel farther, but most people cannot hold an aim point accurately at longer range.Answered on 4/8/2011 by Anonymous from None
A:Do you want to know the range, or the effective range? This weapon has very low profile sights that can be challenging re: target acquisition. Target shooting, I would say 50 feet. Defense (man-size target) shooting could possibly be extended to about 30 yards. However, the weapon is made for the classic defense range of 15 - 25 feet. Perfect CCW!! Another consideration when talking range is the foot-pounds of energy available at designated distances. The .380 is notorious for shedding energy beyond 50ft.Answered on 3/8/2012 by nevcop from Mesa, AZ
A:The accurate range of this firearm is about 7 - 10 yards. I definately would not consider anything further.Answered on 4/9/2012 by Jim / NRA/ USCCA from Palm Coast, FL
Q:What comes in the package?? 1 or 2 magazines? Lock?? Storage container?? etc.Asked on 2/10/2011 by Barry from Rockwall, TX
A:In a cardboard box comes; 1 mag, and 1 gun lock w/key.Answered on 3/20/2011 by GOMD from Cleveland, OH
A:I just went to Gander Mtn and purchased one as my first gun. The box they showed me had one magazine and a lock. Also a vinel type pouch to hold it. It also does not have a safety. The trigger pull is pretty hard so you shouldn't accidently discharge it.Answered on 4/1/2011 by Stan from Brockport, NY
A:"They come with one 6 round magazine (with both flat and finger extension bottoms), manual, gun lock and a zipper pouch.
http://www.gunsamerica.com/946481620/Guns/Pistols/Ruger-Semi-Auto-Pistols/LCP/Ruger_LCP_380_ACP.htm"Answered on 4/8/2011 by Anonymous from None
Q:Does this gun have no safety on it?Asked on 12/3/2010 by Johnny from Pline Bluff, AR
A:NoAnswered on 1/8/2011 by Tommy from NY
A:There is no safety on this weapon. When the chamber is loaded, it is ready to fire.Answered on 1/20/2011 by Robohunter from Scranton, PA
A:No it does not have a safety. Much like a Revolver this gun relays on a long trigger pull for a "safety", but no manual safety. The S&W Bodyguard 380 has a thumb safety. But if you carry this gun as you should in a holster it does not need a safety, just like a revolver dose not need a safety.Answered on 1/22/2011 by MAC from MN
A:No.Answered on 2/17/2011 by Biff from The Big Mitten
A:No it doesn't have a safety switch.Answered on 2/12/2011 by HotHead from STL MO.
A:This is a double action only pistol with a long heavy trigger pull. It does not have a safety.Answered on 2/13/2011 by Aaron from knoxville
A:Correct. There is no manual safety on the Ruger LCP .380
semi-automatic.Answered on 2/16/2011 by PeterBear from Houston, Texas
A:NoAnswered on 3/26/2011 by train from kansas
A:No it doesn't have a safety. The trigger force is hard enough you shouldn't accidently discharge it. I just purchased one, but have not picked it up yet.Answered on 4/1/2011 by Stan from Brockport NY