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Gun Reviews By Women – Ruger LCP – Dreama

Ruger LCP Gun Review

By Dreama



Model: LCP

Caliber: 380

Barrel Length: 2.75 stainless steel

Ammunition Capacity: 6+1

Price: $289.00


Ruger LCP Usage & Features

Primary Use:

Concealed Carry

Are you right handed or left handed?


What features does this gun have that appealed to you?

The size, bullet size, the look.

Tell us about shooting this gun:

Love it. It does have a little pop. But that comes with using a small weapon with this size of bullet. I think it is fun to shoot. Perfect for concealed carry. No one would know I have on me. It fits in the palm of my hand. The slide is a little hard to pull due to my age (60). I’ve lost some strength in my hand. But as I use my gun more it is easier to pull. My son bought the LCP 380 with the red trigger and also loves it.

How does it fit your hand, how do you like the sights, how difficult is it to rack the slide, how would you describe the trigger pull, and how would you describe the recoil?

In the palm of my hand. Trigger pull a little long but no big deal. The recoil is a little more, but if you pay attention you can adjust for that.

How reliable is it?

No jams from day 1. Accurate.

Any problems with any type of ammunition?

None we have used a variety no problems with any brand.

Does this gun have any specific ammunition requirements? If so, please explain:

None that I know.

What do you dislike about shooting this gun, if anything?

I don’t but the recoil would be the only thing I think might be an issue for some.

Was it easy to take down and clean?

It’s a piece of cake…easy easy.

Would you recommend this gun?


For someone considering this gun, what would you tell them?

Great gun, easy to shoot, accurate, no jamming..

Anything else you would like to share about the gun?

Go out and get yours and have fun shooting.




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2 thoughts on “Gun Reviews By Women – Ruger LCP – Dreama

  1. Cherie Brady says:

    How can I purchase this gun?

    1. Carrie Lightfoot says:

      Hi Cherie,
      We recommend going to your local gun store and asking them if they have it in stock or if they can get it in for you.

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