I havent really noticed, but next time I shoot it, I will look for it.
LCP_Dogg said:Yes, but it would help this situation, too. Also would hide the gap that is present with the OEM magazine.
If it solves this looseness problem, I'd be happy with it. I will go get one and see if it works (again, using the OEM magazine which has a gap big enough for 3/32" o-ring easy).
Also, side topic, but alone the same lines.. Has anyone looked into modding the LCP to have an ambi-magazine catch release? I fire lefty, so....
Have shot left handed for over 50 years, every semi I owned back then and right up until present was built for a right hand shooter. I have zero problems with the mag releases built for rightie's. I really think I am extremely fast even with my left index finger doing all the work. My Smith M & P has the ambi mag release and to be honest I never use the right side part of it . It certainly is not on my priority list for a semi auto. If anything I wish Ruger would have incorporated an auto slide lock instead of a manual one, I realize it is not needed for 99% of people who carry without a spare magazine but it sure would be nice for general range shooting, but again, that would not stop me from owning one, or two of the lcps. These are striclty defense gun and the less moving parts the better for me.. great gun that little lcp..
Hi GTS, the shim is just on the heel. It's just enough to keep the mag from wiggling around, it really didn't seem to make a difference in the function of the LCP, the wiggling just bugged the heck out of me96GTS said:Ooben, does that shim go all the way up the mag well or just on the heel/baseplate?