AquaHull,LCP had 4 mags, a pocket holster, Wolff springs and a Hogue Handall, the LC9 has a Lasermax, 2 mags and a Theiss IWB cowhide.
The LC9 is 21 for 21 on new reloads and kicks the brass into the next County.:grin:
Email this man his stuff is al lUS made very good . He stands behind it Gun Holsters and will make you what you need. Molded to the weapon and ship it off fast.My buddy bought one of those for cc. Great looking pistol and it feels good. It's hard to get a holster other than soft side and nearly impossible to get one LH.
Gun show reloads were what I used. I'll be testing some SD rounds on Milk Jugs after The Sabbath.AquaHull,
I've always wondered how is the recoil on the LC9? I like the single stack magazine and the price too!, I had one in my hands not too long ago when I was buying my LCP. I took note to how lite the pistol felt that's why I'm asking about the recoil & if I could pry a little further what ammo were you using? have you tried any self-defense throught it yet?
I do not shoot my full size ones that much any more but when I do I am always reminded of the difference. Full size double stack .45 has less felt recoil Than a sub compact 9mm.I bought the Taurus PT111 Millennium PRO about 10 years ago. Got it from a friend. Holds 11 rounds. It is a decent, small, 9mm. I have shot it a couple times - been in my closet mostly. Like you said,,,you can feel the recoil a lot more than a full size.
A good grips is very important on a smaller weapon.The recoil, safety and trigger aren't anywhere as bad as all the rumours state. I'm undecided about the mag release safety, since the mag has to be inserted to activate the trigger.
If you don't make sure the mag is unloaded, your head will be ringing and you'll be patching a hole in your home.
Even great hearing aids suck ask me how I know.I was told never shoot a gun inside the house without warning. Sometimes critters get exterminated out the window. It's legal in my area, so I'll go with that.
Now the hole in the paneling is small and the outside is caulked.
Now the tinnitus is a different animal