The Ruger LCP II semi-auto pistol is a compact pistol designed to be concealed just about anywhere. From a small purse to a pocket, the Ruger LCP II will be by your side at all times. Designed with both male and female shooters in mind, the LCP II is as affordable as it is reliable. The low-recoiling Lite Rack pistol features an easy-to-manipulate slide that shoots comfortably regardless of hand size or strength. The LCP II is one of Ruger's smallest pistol frames with an overall height of just four-inches and an overall length of just 5.20". Further, with a patent-pending floorplate assembly, the magazine offers a very compact 10+1 capacity and extends the grip for improved control and retains the LCP IIs popular last-round hold-open function.
Ruger knows the decision to own and carry a firearm is not made lightly. To do so with confidence, you rely on the proficiency that can only be achieved with practice and use at the range. That's why we've developed the new Lite Rack LCP II, a low-recoil pistol with an easy-to-manipulate slide that shoots comfortably regardless of your hand size or strength. Whether used as a training tool for your existing LCP or LCP II, or as a concealed-carry option, the new LCP II in .22 LR allows you to train with and operate your pistol with confidence. Additionally, the Ruger LCP II is lightweight, checking it at just 11.2 oz.
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There are thousands of FFL Dealers in the United States. You may choose an FFL Dealer from our preferred listing or you may find a dealer in your area. To find a list of FFL Dealers in your area area CLICK HERE. If you choose a dealer that is not on our preferred list, either you or the FFL Dealer will be required to submit a copy of the Federal Firearms License referencing your Cheaper Than Dirt! order number. The FFL Dealer will usually charge a fee to conduct the transfer. There are duties that the FFL Dealer is required to do during the process which include a criminal and mental health background check through NICS. Remember, the FFL Dealer is doing you a favor and the process takes time to complete. Fees can vary so check with the FFL Dealer ahead of time to request a quote on the fees associated with your firearm transfer. The FFL Dealer is in business to make a profit and your internet purchase may be viewed as competition to their retail business. If you feel the fees are too high, you can search for another FFL Dealer.Completing the Transaction
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