Summary: The description, specs, pricing, photos and user ratings of the Ruger LCP Custom pistol.
The Ruger LCP Custom is a semiauto handgun built on a one-piece, glass-filled black nylon frame with a through-hardened alloy steel slide with a polished blue finish, and chambered in .380 ACP. This pistol is an evolved version of Ruger’s standard LCP pistol (check out our in-depth review of the standard LCP here). Other features include:
- A locked breech, hammer-fired, recoil-operated firing mechanism;
- an aluminum subframe;
- a red, skeletonized aluminum trigger designed to provide more leverage than the standard trigger;
- a stainless steel guide rod;
- an internal hammer;
- a loaded chamber indicator port;
- no magazine disconnect;
- rear grip serrations on the slide;
- frontstrap grip grooves;
- side-panel and backstrap grip checkering;
- a blued, alloy steel barrel;
- a tall blade front sight with a photoluminescent center dot;
- a tall square-notch dovetailed rear sight;
- a left-side slide stop/release;
- a left-side magazine release; and
- a six-round magazine magazine with an optional finger-extension floor plate.
Note: This pistol is not California- or Massachusetts-compliant.
|.380 ACP||6+1||2.75″||5.16″||3.8″||.82″||9.75 oz. w/empty mag|