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Wondering if any of you have the LCP Max and can comment on:
-do you like it

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If you love the p365…get the 380 version

it is way way more of a shooter then the LCP max or the standard p365. Plus it has optic cuts

I love mine, I have over 1,000 rounds through it
I just came across these used from Summit. Not a bad deal for $180.
great deal but the trigger on the Lcp 2 is significantly better and worth the extra coin
I went yesterday to my LGS to put a LCP Max in my hand. After reading all the issues this model is having and feeling the trigger I have decided to keep looking. The LCP 2 had a better trigger, for some reason I think they are the same but it felt different. If anything I'm considering the LCP2 (leftover in .380). Looking into the Kahn CW380 or the Glock G42.
glock 42 is a great gun…..Medford shooting range has one you can rent

the sig p365-380 is about the same size, better grips, 10 round capacity, night sites, optics ready, and has slightly less recoil then the 42 when I shoot them back to back. Plus you can put a full size grip on the sig for even more recoil control

I also enjoyed shooting the S&W EZ 380 too, it’s a lot smaller then what you see in the pics
I was looking at a P380 just cant find anybody on LI that has anything in stock, especially Kahr's. I would like to out it in my hand first.
same here, all the local dealers have a sour taste with kahr…they got tired returning the guns to the manufacturers according to them….yet they get great reviews online
Those exact words came out of the mouth of the owner of my LGS yesterday. So I went back with intent to purchase the LCP2 and after a lot of back and fourth I decided on the Glock 42. It feels Better in my hand and the trigger is so much better than the LCP max and LCP 2. Let’s hope Glock worked out the bugs out of the gen 4.
good choice!…I never had an issue with the 42 once I learned to grip it right
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so far about 150 rounds and zero issues. It’s a bit of a handful for us big guys with big meat hooks. Thanks for everyone’s input.
I find if I put my pinky under the grip (unless you have a pinky extension), and the weak hand thumb against the takedown indentation. It helps stop the gun from leveraging under recoil
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