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LCP discussion

This is a discussion on LCP discussion within the General LCP Discussion forums, part of the LCP Pocket category; I think I can sum up most of the recent discussion around here: Some think the LCPII is too dangerous to pocket carry, some don't. ...

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  1. #1 LCP discussion 
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    I think I can sum up most of the recent discussion around here:


    • Some think the LCPII is too dangerous to pocket carry, some don't.




    • Some think the LCPII trigger is great, some don't.




    • Some think you should only use stock springs from Ruger, some don't.




    • Some think 380 is insufficient for an EDC, some don't.




    • Some think infrequently shooting an LCP is sufficient for training, some don't.




    • Some think LCPs will last for thousands of rounds, some don't.


    Have I missed anything?


    • Oh and some think the LCP has a lot of recoil and some don't.




    • And some think the LCP will be discontinued and some don't.




    • And some think the take-down is poorly engineered and some don't.


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    Yup, sounds like we're about in as much agreeance as the rest of the country about things. LOL!

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    Yep--that about sums it up.
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    Agreed. But there's no give and take in expressing it the way Dave did. We are, after all, a DISCUSSION forum. We're here to DISCUSS the issues he presented, not just enumerate them. If that weren't the case, this forum wouldn't exist.
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    okay, put me in as:
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    Quote Originally Posted by bld522 View Post
    Agreed. But there's no give and take in expressing it the way Dave did. We are, after all, a DISCUSSION forum. We're here to DISCUSS the issues he presented, not just enumerate them. If that weren't the case, this forum wouldn't exist.
    Agree. The discussion has been helpful to me and forming my own opinions. However, at some point, enough is enough.


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    Quote Originally Posted by davevabch View Post
    Moderators of the forum, owners of the forum, lets drop the LCP Threads. Or if not, only accept positive replies to the LCP ll.
    Well that's certainly one solution. And of course, if some folks think enough is enough, they don't have participate in LCP discussions anymore. Right? They could even put the entire membership of this forum on their ignore lists. That way they wouldn't ever have to be bothered again.
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    It's been a invigorating discussion. Now I'm taking my ball and going home.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dkma22 View Post
    Agree. The discussion has been helpful to me and forming my own opinions. However, at some point, enough is enough.
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    Quote Originally Posted by toytraindoc View Post
    +1 toytraindoc
    You're in a different position than most of us are, toytraindoc. If you say enough is enough, you can actually end conversations if you want to.
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