Crimson Trace Ruger LCP  - Laserguard,  Front LG-431H

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Crimson Trace Ruger LCP - Laserguard, Front LG-431H


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SKU: 11803
UPC: 610242001132
MFR#: LG-431-H

MFR #LG-431H

UPC: 0610242001132

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Ruger LCP - Laserguard, FrontAmong our best selling products, the revolutionary LG-431 is a no-brainer when it comes to bolstering the defensive capabilities of your Ruger LCP. The LG-431 laser sight seamlessly attaches to the trigger guard and features instinctive front activation: the laser immediately springs to life as you hold the pistol naturally. The beam is projected from just underneath the muzzle, immediately increasing your accuracy with the LCP. The LG-431 received the Academy of Excellence Award for "Self-Defense Product of the Year" in 2009. This product is "bundled" and includes a Tuff Products Pocket Holster.
SKU: 11803
SKU 11803
Brand Crimson Trace
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SKU: 11803

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Is this the gun and laser or just the laser?
Tphoodpack on Nov 25, 2018
BEST ANSWER: is the gun included?
Will this fit the Ruger EC9s?
Michael L on Mar 26, 2019


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Very confusing advertisement. Is the GUN INCLUDED OR NOT?
March 10, 2019
Response from Palmetto State Armory
We apologize for the misunderstanding, unfortunately, this item includes the laserguard only, we do occasionally offer the handgun with the laserguard factory installed, but we do not appear to have any in stock at this particular time.
March 11, 2019
David M
Review of 5 Ruger .380 LCP Purchase LOT
For $170 each it was worth a gamble. LOT was of various S/Ns. Heard stores about problems with FTE, sights, and accuracy. Just came back from the range using Reman 380 FMJ 95gr ammo. WOW, very impressed. Expected much less. I'm an OK pistol shot, my son is a 100pt timed qualification course LEO Firearms Instructor. We recorded our findings for each by S/N. Keep in mind, this is a short barrel INEXPENSIVE pistol designed for pocket or close self defense. Out of the box with no prep, we shot 6 rounds with each at 7M with four shooting nice tight groups and one with 2 outside kill zone and 1 FTE at round 3 of 6 requiring clearing to proceed. Next each was shot at 10M rapid fire all in kill zone with 1 FTE (same unit) on last round. We put another 10 rounds through this unit with 1 FTE on the last round. We used FBI "bottle targets." This was not a bench test, all hand held practice, so there are plenty of variables, including the reman ammo. While not a scientific, controlled variable test, it was pretty impressive how 4 of these five units performed. It's very hard to say what caused the 3 FTEs (out of 100) since the entire test was using the same reman ammo. All three FTEs were from the same unit and accuracy was sub par for it only on the first 6 round test, after that it had the same accuracy as the other four. At some point I plan to test these units on more expensive critical defense JHP ammo to test for FTE with theoretically better quality loads. But I would not hesitate to use any of the other four with critical defense ammo for close self defense application. It will be interesting to run more ammo with other brands through the "runt" of the litter and see the result. Trigger "reset" is weird, since there are two "clicks." The manuals that came with these units shipped in October 2018 was WRONG in describing Take-Down for cleaning. The Ruger website has a video with the proper procedure. It was about 27 degrees, clear, with no breeze during the morning we tested. Pistol ships with only 1 mag and a soft holster that serves as a trigger cover. There is no safety and the receiver does not lock back when empty. If you have big hands (ours both use "large gloves sizes") you will need to adjust your grip accordingly. The sight issue mentioned by others did not bother us. True front and rear are both black, but during daylight it didn't keep us from finding the target. I agree with others that painting the front sight white might make sense. However, at close range just pointing at the target in the dark should be a legitimate procedure and better than throwing an ash tray (LOL). Sure, you could spend money on a laser, but then you've negated the price point and utility of a furniture gun. Speaking of which Amazon sells nice magnets that hold, even with the holster, for under $10. Just keep in mind this is NOT a full size pistol and not intended to be and shouldn't be used in comparison. I was able to find "2 Packs" of factory mags that kept the spare mag cost down below $20, but single packaged mag prices are not cheap. Be safe. VA Reviewer.
December 8, 2018

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