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...and had a tragic boating accident on the way home on I-75.

But if I still had it, I would be very excited to get it to the range. Before the untimely event I did check to see if it was pocket-carryable, and sure enough, in a pocket holster it fits quite nicely with no obvious visible outline. So unless you wear tight pants or are relatively small, you should be able to carry this subcompact 9mm and not have to compromise with a .380.
 

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...and had a tragic boating accident on the way home on I-75.

But if I still had it, I would be very excited to get it to the range. Before the untimely event I did check to see if it was pocket-carryable, and sure enough, in a pocket holster it fits quite nicely with no obvious visible outline. So unless you wear tight pants or are relatively small, you should be able to carry this subcompact 9mm and not have to compromise with a .380.
It's too late ,I bought a LCP last month . Let us know how it would've shot
 

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LC9 fits in a #4 Uncle Mike's perfectly. Also totally reliable
after the first 200 rounds. Will be my daily carry for in town
travel after a few hundred more rounds. Ruger did well !
 

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I've shot the heck out of mine with zero problems..." fragile" isn't a word I'd apply to any Ruger. I've been shooting a lot of the mini-9s lately, and while I'm very pleased with them as BUGs, I'd rather go larger for daily carry. I carry a Ruger SR9c, which is GLOCK 26-sized. My 2nd magazine is a 17-rounder carried in a Galco horizontal mag pouch.

Michael B

WARNING: Ruger is a sponsor of mine
 
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