Ruger is certainly not going to use corrosive ammo to test fire their LCPs. The dirt from a few test fire rounds of any reasonable non-corrosive ammo isn't going to hurt the LCP no matter how long the gun is in storage before someone buys it.matt said:When you cleaned you lcp for the first time(before you shot it)was it really dirty?I know they test fire the guns but mine was really dirty I am glad it didn't sit in storage for a long time before I got it.I wonder what type of ammo they use for testing?
thank you but I know the kt's better for I was always having to work on them, and alot of that knowledge goes right hand in hand with the lcp, only in my case I have not had to work on my lcp, unless u want to call polishing the feed ramp work. ( I do that to every semi I own) The lcp is a very trouble free little pocket rocket, IMO.kraigster414 said:Welcome Jocko! ;D
Folks, this man knows his LCP.