Ruger LCP II 3758
Used Value: $359.96
Sale Price: $389.99
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The Ruger LCP II is a Rugged, compact, comfortable pocket pistol. The LCP II is chambered in .380ACP and has a capacity of 6+1. It comes with a finger grip extension floorplate that can be added to magazines for added comfort and grip. The textured grip frame provides a comfortable and secure grip and has a larger grip surface for better distribution of the recoil forces. The grip frame's one-piece construction is made of high-performance glass-filled nylon making it both lightweight and strong. This lightweight compact pistol utilizes a blued 2.75" alloy steel barrel with 1:16RH twist rate that fits seamlessly inside the through-hardened alloy steel slide. The integral front and rear fixed sights are designed for superior visibility. Included is a Viridian E-Series red laser. Specifications: Action: Single/Double Caliber: .380 Automatic Colt Pistol (ACP) Barrel Length: 2.75" Capacity: 6+1 Grips: Black Polymer Sight Configuration: Fixed Weight: 11.4 oz Frame Finish: Black Frame Material: Polymer Barrel Type: Steel Slide Description: Blued
|Colt Ammo .380 Acp 80gr. Solid Copper Hollow Point 20 BGS: 719006321||$7.00||
|Legend Ammo Pro Trainer 380acp 65gr Frangible BGS: 411557792||$8.00||
|Legend Ammo .380acp 100gr. Fmj 50 Rounds BGS: 719015045||$8.00||
|Legend Ammo .380acp 80gr. Solid Hollow Point 20 Rounds BGS: 21352||$8.00||
|Maxxtech 380 Auto Ammunition Ptgb380b 95 Grain Full Metal Jacket 50 Rounds BGS: 411558547||$9.00||
|Dynamic Research Terminal Shock 380acp Jhp 85gr 20rds BGS: 88070||$9.00||
|Silver Bear .380acp 94gr. BGS: 713074487||$10.00||
|Tulammo Tulammo 380 Automatic Colt Pistol (acp) Full Metal J BGS: 64053||$10.00||
|Magtech 380 Acp 95 Grain Full Metal Case BGS: 43070||$11.00||
|Armscor 380acp 95gr Fmj 50/1000 BGS: 714000346||$11.00||
How would you like to rate Ruger LCP II 3758?
Great pocket gun, very light!!! On the downside it's not fun to shoot and stings the palm a bit. That is a sacrifice you need to make if you want a pocket light gun. I do highly recommend the sig p238 very sweet gun yes I know it costs twice as much as LCP2 but it's also twice the gun, fun to shoot easy to hold on to great sights better quality. Ok back to the LCP2 it's cheap gun to buy quality seems good, bad sights hard to see and you can't change them so you will be painting the front sight. I put 75 rounds of blazer brass through it with no issues other then it's snappy and stings a bit after a range session. Found great accuracy with it out to 20' I would highly recommend the LCP2 if you want to put 300 rounds through it and carry it in a pocket but if your looking to shoot it allot I would look elsewhere. ...more
Not Typical Ruger Quality
Bought this new at Cabelas. Have put 200 rounds down the pipe and this gun constantly jams. Especially when doing rapid fire. Doesn't matter what brand of ammo, I've used Winchester, sig sauer, and Remington. I'm very sorry that I traded in my Ruger SR9C for this one.
Exactly what it says it is !!
Picked up this gun on sale about 3 months ago. I have put approximately 600 rounds through it without any incident at all. Breaks down and cleans up easily and for it size it is fairly accurate at 30 feet. I just fell in love with the included pocket holster and it has become my carry weapon of choice. So far...all thumbs up on this one !! ...more
I just came back from the range with my new Ruger LCP II , I am really pleased with its performance. I put 100 rounds throught it using three different clips..no jams ..no miss feeds.. no miss fires. After about 50 rounds my accuracy was improving steadily. This gun appears to be very dependable as well as, very concealable. I own serveral holsters...but I really like the pocket holster that came with the gun. I am sorry I waited as long as I did the pruchase this weapon. Finally a concealable weapon that I have confidence in !! ...more
Buying another one
I bought an LCP II for my daughter. I was planning on getting a Kimber for myself. But, after shooting and handling the one I got for her, I've decided to get another one for my daily carry. I have a Sig 239 for a larger more powerful CC gun, but the LCP II is smaller and lighter and easier to slip in a pocket and go. I do have to admit one of the things I like about the looks of the LCP II is that it looks "Siggy". The sights are visible at night, but during the day I was shooting sub 3" groups at 20 yards. It shot a couple of inches to the right at that range, but that's great for these sights at that distance. The trigger was one of the best subcompacts I have used. The grip is surprisingly good for such a small pistol. I plan on getting a green laser for it as the sights are not useable for me at night, but I need to keep in mind the intended purposes of this gun. There are a lot of times I do not take my Sig 239 with me because it is bigger than I want and it is considered a compact pistol. The Ruger is truly one I can take with me almost anywhere, anytime. ...more
Not sure about this one.
It’s small and lightweight which is exactly what I was looking for in a conceal carry handgun. I purchased one from a cabelas store and I have no complaints about cabelas at all, I can’t say I’m happy with this ruger though . It failed on the first shot out of the box. After the first shot, the trigger failed to return to the forward position. I was able to push it forward and it looked fine and the casing ejected and another was loaded. So I fired again and it was done after that. It did eject the second round but failed to load the next round and jammed the slide open. I was able to get the jammed bullet cleared but the slide won’t close and I can see a spring sticking out above the trigger and it has scratched the finish on the slide of a brand new gun. So that’s great. I have reached out to ruger but it is Sunday so I won’t hear back today. I always thought ruger was known for quality and reliability but it is obvious you could not trust your life on this gun. ...more
Great little pistol my girlfriend has one and so does my daughter now. Sights are terrible, either need to paint white dots on them or buy a Crimson Trace laser. However it’s a close range pistol designed to get you out of a bad situation, not a target pistol. Very reliable, no failure to feeds and seems to digest all different kinds of ammo so it gets a thumbs up for me. ...more