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Talk:Ruger LCP

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Ruger LC9 - 9x19mm
Ruger LCP with Crimson Trace Laser - .380 ACP
Ruger LCP with Stainless Slide - .380 ACP
Ruger LC9s - 9x19mm


Created page for future reference, Being the top selling american handgun right now its only a matter of time before it shows up.

One I'm not sure where you got that figure, but if no movies use it, then why should we have it? -RedJedRevolver

Didn't Ruger recall this series of pistol?-S&Wshooter 03:56, 15 August 2009 (UTC)

Well since LCPs are in movie armorer inventory, we should keep the page, just in case it shows up. This is the one exception IMFDB has - original licensed armory photographs for IMFDB. We tend to delete pages for guns that NO ONE that anyone in the industry knows to have a sample, thus we need proof. But guns which are in active Movie armorer inventory may now appear, NOW, but it helps because the Odds are much greater of eventually seeing the guns in a screenshot, so we need a good pic to help identify it when it appears. Hope this helps :) MoviePropMaster2008 01:40, 9 October 2010 (UTC)

My pops own one of these and it's soooo cool. it's light easy to mantain and we get shot groupings about three inches from 50 feet out. either way it's a really good buy.-User:SargeOverkill

The P-3AT has been on the market for years before ruger copied their design...and it doesnt have a page.--Spades of Columbia 22:25, 9 October 2010 (UTC)

And your panties in a bunch, why? ;) As I said before, the only reason I kept this page was because I photographed an existing example of this gun that is IN ACTIVE MOTION PICTURE ARMORER Inventory. This is the one exception that IMFDB allows. I never saw a P-3AT in inventory (doesn't mean that there isn't one, I just never ran into it). The verified existence of this in armorer inventory is really the only reason it has an exemption. And currently the P-3AT does not. So there. Any other questions? MoviePropMaster2008 23:17, 9 October 2010 (UTC)

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