This is a discussion on What did you do to your LCP today 2013? within the General LCP Discussion forums, part of the LCP Pocket category; Thanks for the reply. I think I might go ahead and polish, just sounds like fun. Show my LCP a little love. Cloth buffing wheel ...
Thanks for the reply. I think I might go ahead and polish, just sounds like fun. Show my LCP a little love. Cloth buffing wheel on my dremel, what kind of polish would be best? I would think nothing too abrasive.
Took my brand-new Elsie to the range and ran 100+ rounds of WWB through her. No FTE's, FTF's or any other problems noted. Flawless operation probably due to tips found on this site concerning polishing feed ramp, painting front sight and "exercising" slide a couple of hundred times prior to live firing. Added Hogue grip which made gun a pleasure to hold. Accuracy was better than I expected, Love this gun!
Added Hogue Hybrid Grip and put 100 rds down range.
Took my new Elsie to the range and ran 100+ WWB rounds. No FTE's, FTF's or any problems what so ever. Attribute the performance to tips I found on this site; polished feed ramp, "exercising" the slide prior to shooting and a new Hogue grip which makes the gun feel "just right".
She still sits in the sock draw. Waiting for the Barsony holsters to show so I can get into a CCW class.
Bought 100 tasty brass treats for it and nice wipe down.
I carried her with pride. LOL
Fired 42 more rounds of Blazer Brass, for total around 265.
My Crimson Trace blinked out worse than the 2 times past. I will open it up, inspect, and clean contacts. If it is not reliable next time out, I will seek warranty service.
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