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OT Ruger LCP

Discussion in 'Off Topic Threads' started by tom-n8ies, May 21, 2009.

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  1. tom-n8ies

    tom-n8ies Member

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    Is your gun jamming because of the dent in the bullet?

    If so then you have a complaint.

    If it is not effecting reliability then sell it and get something else.

    It is not a defective firearm. Quit trashing the manufacturer.

    tom
     
  2. atashooter

    atashooter Member

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    My LCP, if you chamber and then eject the round, you see tiny marks where it hits the rifling. Mine functions and fires fine. 500 rounds so far and no malfunctions. I have been using Magtech 95gr FMJ.
     
  3. Ahab

    Ahab Well-Known Member

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    Leadman ... since it is a POS ... I'll give you $100 for it.
     
  4. Brian in Oregon

    Brian in Oregon Well-Known Member

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    LCP = "Little Copied Pistol".<br>
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    And not only did Ruger copy it, they couldn't even make it reliable. Overall it doesn't even merit plinker status.
     
  5. Shooting Coach

    Shooting Coach Well-Known Member

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    Having been in the gun business for a number of years, I cannot understand why a gunmaker would copy any Kel Tec. Maybe for their next venture, they will copy the firearm shown above. Hopefully, they can use a little better metal in their gun.
     
  6. Hatshooter

    Hatshooter TS Member

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    sorry for your bad luck, was always leary of those. Consider a H & K P7. all steel, proven design. dead on accuracy
     
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