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Ruger LCP Recall

Good thing I bought a Kel-Tec I guess.   Of course, it would be nice if I could actually shoot my P-3AT at some point.   Why can’t Glock make a pocket rocket?

9 Responses to “Ruger LCP Recall”

  1. Bitter says:

    Umm…“pocket rocket”?

    (Of course, it’s also the nickname of a minibike, but that’s not nearly as funny.)

  2. SayUncle says:

    Well, would you want to keep a Glock trigger in your pocket?

    RE: the other ‘pocket rocket’, they make good suppressor cleaners.

  3. Sebastian says:

    Is the Kel-Tec or Ruger DAO trigger any heavier?

  4. Jeff says:

    “Why can’t Glock make a pocket rocket?”
    The bogus sporting purposes points system.

  5. SayUncle says:

    It’s the length of the trigger pull.

  6. Jeff, yeah I was gonna mention that…. Glock does make a .380, but it is nearly the same exact gun as their 9mm models. So even if they could import it, it wouldn’t really stand up to the tiny-ness of the P3AT, LCP, or that new Kahr.

    And no, I wouldn’t want a Glock trigger in my pocket. I feel safe with my p32 trigger because it has a much longer pull like a revolver (although much lighter).

  7. Weer'd Beard says:

    Because Kahr already makes a better one?

  8. Less says:

    “Why can’t Glock make a pocket rocket?”
    The bogus sporting purposes points system.

    True dat – however, if Glock actually, finally, maybe?, got the plant up and running Georgia, they’d be able to make tiny guns here too…

    C’mon, Gaston, the dollars soon to be in the scupper!!

  9. HowardCohodas says:

    I have an LCP. I have confidence in it. Ruger customer service is exemplary. When I asked for the updated hold-back, they sent it to me at no charge. The LCP was the first gun I ever worked on, but I was able to make the change without much difficulty even though it is taken apart considerably to make the exchange.

    The fact that they initiated a recall when it is not clear that they were required to do so increases my admiration for the company.

    For fans of the LCP: http://LCPforum.com/

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