Summary: The description, specs, pricing, photos and user ratings of the Ruger LCP II pistol.
The Ruger LCP II is a semiauto handgun built on a one-piece, glass-filled black nylon frame with a through-hardened alloy steel slide with a matte black finish, and chambered in .380 ACP. Other features include:
- A locked breech, hammer-fired, recoil-operated firing mechanism;
- a single-action trigger with a trigger safety blade (unlike the original LCP’s trigger, which is double-action and sans safety);
- a slide that locks back after the last round (unlike the original LCP’s slide);
- a lighter recoil spring to ease racking the slide;
- a recessed hammer;
- a loaded chamber indicator port;
- front and rear curved grip serrations on the slide;
- a blued, alloy steel barrel;
- a textured grip frame that’s slightly larger than the original LCP’s grip to improve control;
- fixed, low-profile sights;
- a left-side slide stop/release;
- a left-side magazine release; and
- a six-round magazine magazine with an optional finger-extension floor plate.
Ruger says it includes a pocket holster with the LCP II.
Note: this gun is not California- or Massachusetts-approved.
More reading: Check out our in-depth review of Ruger’s original LCP pistol.
On camera: Check out Hickok45’s video review of the Ruger LCP II.
|.380 ACP||6+1||2.75″||5.16″||3.71″||.75″||10.6 oz. w/empty mag|
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