Provides Pocket-Pistol Users With One Extra Round
Though many pocket-pistol fans were enamored with the Ruger® LCP® II at its introduction, one drawback of the new design was the fact that the new guns weren't compatible with extended 7-round magazines made for the company's original LCP®. Now, all that changes with the new LCP® II featuring an extended 7-round magazine.
When carrying a pocket pistol like the Ruger® LCP® II for personal defense, their tiny dimensions don't allow for a tremendous amount of ammo capacity. This limits the defensive capabilities of the gun, so any opportunity users have to increase round count is a huge benefit.
- Chambered in .380 ACP
- Barrel length: 2.75 inches
- Weight: 0.68 pound
- All-black finish
In addition to the extra round, the Ruger® LCP® II extended 7-round magazine also provides users with an extended grip, thanks to the expanded floorplate made with the same durable, glass-filled Nylon used in the pistol's frame. This gives shooters a better hold on their pistol, allowing them to control recoil.