Taurus Firearm Forum banner
1 - 9 of 9 Posts

·
Registered
Joined
·
350 Posts
Discussion Starter · #1 ·
So I scored this little jewel at my favorite pawn shop. Really good guy that I have done business with before, but initially usually wants too much for his guns. This one looked brand new and was priced right so it went home with me. I really like mouse guns, but generally detest the triggers. Case in point, lcp1, keltec p3at, and S&W Bodyguard to name a few. Now, I have a couple of Sig P238’s with their beautiful signal action gas pedals, but they are a little heavier than their polymer counterparts. In jumps the Lcp2. Thank you Ruger, you got this one right! If you haven’t seen this one, it is still hammer fired, but the trigger is very”Glock like.” And that is just fine with me as all my 9’s are of the Glock persuasion.
I have run at least 10 different brands and bullet styles thru this little girl without the hint of a hang up. Totally reliable, very shootable, accurate, comfortable and nice looking to boot. And after a few hundred rounds there is no noticeable wear on the rails at all, the only way you can even tell it’s been fired is the blowing is rubbing off of the barrel hood. If I have 1 complaint it is the finish on the barrel, but the performance really outweighs that one small detail. I’ve got 1000rds thru my g26 and the finish on it is as hard as woodpecker lips. But the little Ruger was less than half the price, so I won’t bitch. IMHO, Lcp 2 is a fine pocket pistol that puts leaves most of the others in it’s wake.
Oh, I almost forgot, they also make an extended mag that actually looks like it belongs in the gun, and gives you a full grip.
 

Attachments

·
Registered
Joined
·
27 Posts
I just purchased a new LCP2 yesterday to use for concealed carry. I went to the range and it performed very well with full metal jacket and hollow points. I found the my G2C is preferable and more accurate to shoot but I’m hoping that with more practice I will improve my accuracy with the LCP2
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
37,586 Posts
I just purchased a new LCP2 yesterday to use for concealed carry. I went to the range and it performed very well with full metal jacket and hollow points. I found the my G2C is preferable and more accurate to shoot but I’m hoping that with more practice I will improve my accuracy with the LCP2
with these small semi autoes, practice typically helps with accuracy.
but it really depends on how well the gun naturally fits your hand/grip, how good your shooting from is as any faults are typically magnified by the short barrels.
some come with actual sights but most are just a hint of where sights should be so being familiar with the particular guns sight picture is important as well
 
  • Like
Reactions: lchaim

·
Registered
Joined
·
350 Posts
Discussion Starter · #6 ·
with these small semi autoes, practice typically helps with accuracy.
but it really depends on how well the gun naturally fits your hand/grip, how good your shooting from is as any faults are typically magnified by the short barrels.
some come with actual sights but most are just a hint of where sights should be so being familiar with the particular guns sight picture is important as well
Lcp2 has good sights. Put orange paint on the front for contrast. Very accurate if you do your part.
 
1 - 9 of 9 Posts
This is an older thread, you may not receive a response, and could be reviving an old thread. Please consider creating a new thread.
Top