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June 30, 2021


When I started the .380 ACP Death Watch series, I wrote:

... the fate of .380 hangs upon an introduction of a small gun with 10 or 11 round capacity. It must be well designed and be of high quality. And it likely needs to be made by a top-tier brand, and be striker fired (until the LCP II appeared, this last point was a must, but I'm not as sure anymore).

The promise of P365 380 by SIG only that, a promise thus far: the gun is not yet on the market. In addition, a re-chambering of a 9mm gun is a poor palliative, not enough to arrest the decline of the cartridge.

But never fear, Ruger is on it! The new LCP MAX is already in the hands of reviewers. And it's a true .380 gun.

I'm most happy to see decent sights on it. After the poor capacity, the milled-in sights were the second biggest show-stopper for me.

Glock, where is my G42X? Late to the party as usual?

Posted by: Pete Zaitcev at 03:23 PM | Comments (2) | Add Comment
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