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Review: Ruger LCP MAX

Guns In The News 2022-05-10

Although Sturm, Ruger & Co. was one of the last major manufacturers to “super-size” the capacity of its compact 9 mm Luger offering, it is one of the first to apply the popular staggered-stack magazine technology to a pistol chambered in .380 ACP. By using a footprint that is nearly identical to the company’s hit LCP II, Ruger has created a pocket pistol that boasts a capacity of up to 13 rounds. The new pistol is aptly named the LCP MAX, but it represents more than just a bump in firepower, with improved sights and a much more pleasant recoil impulse.

The new LCP MAX is an internal-hammer-fired, polymer-frame, centerfire semi-automatic with a locked-breech action that feeds from a detachable box magazine. Following ignition, the barrel and slide move rearward together until contact with the takedown pin causes the rear of the barrel to

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