Ruger LCP II No. 3792 380 ACP

The LCP II suffered break-in malfunctions that were easily corrected, in fact were self-correcting after firing, it seemed. The pistol is a good choice when the goal is maximum concealment. The LCP II is reliable, reasonably accurate for short-range use, and not difficult to control.

GUN TESTS GRADE: B $300 This is our first test of the LCP II in 380 ACP. We have tested the pistol in its 22 LR chambering in the June 2020 issue. This particular pistol looks to be a Bangers Distributor Exclusive with a black slide and flat-dark-earth frame. This particular 3792 model is still […]
To continue reading this article or issue you must be a paid subscriber

Subscribe to Gun Tests

Get the next year of Gun Tests for just $24. And access all of our online content - over 6,000 articles - free of charge.
Subscribe today and save 38%. It's like getting 5 issues FREE!
Already Subscribed?
| |


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here