I finally found one for sale and now it is just a waiting game, as always, in NY State. My last gun took two months to get added on my permit
There are 9 of them listed on gunbroker right now, most of them look like they are not actually in stock because they are just using Ruger's photos, but there is at least one on there that has pictures of one that appears to be an in stock pistol.Is the LC380 out yet? I was told it wouldn't be out til march.
I found the sights on the LCP were not user friendly to my 68 yr old eyes. Put a CT laser on it = problem solved.I love the sights on the LC380, but I've decided to stick to the P3AT (had it before the LCP came out, and never got around to switching) because I really like the smaller size. I wish they'd put some good sights on the LCP and that would make my decision to buy the LCP so much easier
Guys... the OP is about Rugers NEW LC380. This is not the LCP. Im following along because my wife is disabled and has limited strength in her hands, making most pistols painful for her to shoot, and simply too tight to rack. I am watching for an LC380 as well.
I assume the trigger on the LC380 will be exactly like the LC9 that its based on. One of the most common complaints about the LC9 is the long trigger pull. Anyone who is familiar with a double action revolver, will recognize the long pull of the LC9. That being said, there are aftermarket improvement parts from Galloway Precision that get very good comments from those who have chosen to mod their LC9s with these parts. Again, I assume, the LC380 will be able to be modified with these same partsI hope the trigger is a little better on the LC380 because the LCP is not really that great.