I do the same w/ mine.RockoutwithmyGlockout said:I own a LCP, it's an awesome pocket gun, the laser is a must... Sights on it are less than sufficient. I consider it a "bad breath gun..." Not meant for distance. It's what I normally carry while at work, not supposed to but do.. Just sayin. Shady area...
I'm with ya on this. It's a mouse gun that everyone expects to NOT be an accurate shooter at ANY distance. Why would you want a laser to aim at point blank to 7 yards? At those distance pointing the pistol at your target should be getting combat accurate hits at the distances the mouse guns are intended to be used for.Ive had really good luck with my LCP but Im the opposite to most people. I like mine plain with no laser or magazine extensions. I want her as small and light as possible. The desantis pocket holster does a great job of covering the trigger, keeping it oriented muzzle down, and stays in the pocket when I draw the pistol. I dont have experience with any others but the little Ruger has been everything but disappointing. I sure had my reservations about it when I bought it but I am very happy with the $290 bucks I spent!
I'm impressed. I was able to hit steel at 55 yards with my Keltec P3AT but that was after missing the first shot and making my adjustments. Those sights are almost non-existent.My LCP is completely concealed in it's pocket holster wearing my Wranglers. Qualified with it OD and out-shot most of the other guys. (Of course, I out-shot all of them with my G36).
Only thing I added to the gun was neon pink nail polish to the front site.
Furthermore, Glocks and Rugers are the toughest built guns in the world.
And lastly, the LCP is probably the cheapest .380 of quality you're going to find.