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Ruger Introduces a Bevy of New Rifles and Pistols Mid-Year 2016

Ruger Introduces a Bevy of New Rifles and Pistols Mid-Year 2016
The LCP II Model No. 3750 is not California or Massachusetts approved and has a suggested retail of $349.

The American-made LCP II is built on a one-piece precision-machined anodized-aluminum chassis with integral frame rails and fire-control housing. Additional features include a through-hardened alloy steel slide; a black, one-piece glass-filled nylon grip frame; a textured grip frame to provide a secure and comfortable grip; a finger grip extension floorplate that can be added to the magazine for comfort and more secure grip, and a blued, alloy steel barrel. The LCP II ships with one 6-round magazine.

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