Ruger LCP vs P380 P-3AT DB380 TCP P238 Bodyguard 380

If you need confirmation that the Ruger LCP is a good ccw concealed carry pistol you have come to the right spot because it is. However, claiming the LCP is a great concealed carry pocket pistol would require a bit more of a leap.

We compared the Ruger LCP against six of it's .380 ACP pocket pistol competitors. The Ruger LCP scores high in craftsmanship, concealed size, reliability, and price.

The one glaring drawback to the LCP is the trigger! First of all the trigger pull is so creepy that people roll up their windows and lock their doors when he is in the neighborhood. To make matters worse you have a heavy pull throughout the travel of the trigger and since it's close to impossible to find a consistent break point you will never be sure exactly when the trigger guard is going to kick back and hit you right on the end of your pointer/trigger finger. Being fair the issue with the guard kicking the crap out of your finger probably depends somewhat o…

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Taurus TCP vs LCP P380 P-3AT DB380 P238 Bodyguard 380

If you are wondering how the Taurus TCP stacks up in size to some of the other .380 pocket pistols this will help. We compared it to the Ruger LCP, Kahr P380, Kel Tec P-3AT, Diamondback DB380, Sig Sauer P238, and the Smith & Wesson Bodyguard 380.

The Taurus TCP came out awhile after the LCP and right away had multiple model / material options. For those who were looking to avoid the standard Blued finish Taurus was a good option.

The price is just slightly higher than the Kel Tec P-3AT. It is also slightly larger and heavier, but by very small amounts.

We have noticed that most people are buying these .380 pocket pistols based on brand loyalty and preference. If you are a Taurus fan, then you will not be disappointed. If you want more information on the Taurus TCP, check out their website at taurususa.com

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