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Just this afternoon I was thinking “why doesn’t Ruger come out with a .22 LCP?”. Seriously.  Don’t really need one but still thought it anyway.

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I can almost smell the 22lr for defense debate 🙂

I own the 380 version of this and really love it. It is much better than my little kel-tec p3at. 

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Gun Blast , down the way from me , made this video on it. I had no idea this was coming out.

 

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I gotta say that we are in the time of awesomeness if that is even a word. All kinds of 9mm's and .22LR's coming out and a load of choices. It's almost a fun as the late 80's and early 90's when you could get an Ak for $200 still packed in cosmoline like new  and SKS's for $80 or less. We need to cherish these times. I'm afraid they wont come around again. 

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3 hours ago, tercel89 said:

 

 

Gotta love the line, "you start poking holes in people and they'll usually leave you alone".

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I want one but would have preferred an extra mag instead of the pocket holster. Curious to see LGS price.

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The only thing I dont like is the magazine disconnect. But I'm sure there's a way to DISCONNECT the MAG DISCONNECT like on there other guns. I hoping someone will show a well detailed video of it soon taken apart and showing the guts in it. 

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Lots of new stuff coming out lately. :up:

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On 12/31/2019 at 3:39 PM, Pickaroon said:

Anybody know when these will hit stores?

Today one of my local gun stores had one. It felt just like my LCP in .380 . The slide is extremely easy to rack. Almost too easy. It was priced at $320 but my brother saw some online priced at $238. 

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I’d buy one at $238. Over $300 no. Best to wait awhile.

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$238 is more inline with what the LCPII is going for. 

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Perfect for Grandma to drop in her apron pocket. :D

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13 hours ago, Grayfox54 said:

Perfect for Grandma to drop in her apron pocket. :D

Jeepers, your grandma must've really meant it when she said to stay away from the cookie jar!

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14 hours ago, Grayfox54 said:

Perfect for Grandma to drop in her apron pocket. :D

My Mamaw carried a 6 shot .45 in her housedress pocket. No .22 would have made her happy. lol

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