Ruger Announces New LCP & LC9 Pistols with LaserMax CenterFire Lasers

Ruger Announces New LCP & LC9 Pistols with LaserMax CenterFire Lasers

Ruger LC9 Pistol with LaserMax CenterFire Lasers
Ruger LC9 Pistol with LaserMax CenterFire Lasers
Ruger Firearms
Ruger Firearms

Southport, CT –-(Ammoland.com)- Sturm, Ruger & Company, Inc. (NYSE: RGR) is proud to announce the new Ruger LCP and LC9 pistols equipped with LaserMax CenterFire lasers.

Now the same award-winning LCP and LC9 pistols are available from the factory fitted with a trigger-guard-mounted LaserMax CenterFire red diode laser.

“We are very excited about the introduction of the LCP and LC9 with the LaserMax CenterFire lasers,” said Chris Killoy, Ruger Vice President of Sales and Marketing.

“Our customers have made these two pistols some of the most popular concealed carry firearms in the nation, and we're happy to provide more options in this product line by incorporating durable LaserMax CenterFire lasers into factory production models. For those who prefer a firearm with a laser, this combination can't be beat,” he concluded.

The new LCP and LC9 pistols both feature a LaserMax CenterFire trigger-guard-mounted laser with ambidextrous on/off switch. The laser can be adjusted for both windage and elevation, and can be removed easily with an Allen wrench (included).

These rugged, reliable pistols are polymer-framed, hammer-fired, double-action only pistols, and both have won the Shooting Industry Academy of Excellence “Handgun of the Year” award. The LCP is chambered in .380 Auto and has a capacity of 6+1 rounds. The LC9, which is available for sale in all 50 states, is chambered in 9mm Luger and has a capacity of 7+1 rounds. Both pistols are designed for snag free carry in a pocket or holster, and come with both flat bottom and finger groove extension magazine buttplates that can be changed to accommodate the shooter's preference.

Ruger LCP-LM Pistol with LaserMax CenterFire Lasers
Ruger LCP-LM Pistol with LaserMax CenterFire Lasers

For more information on the new Ruger LCP and LC9 LaserMax CenterFire laser pistols, or to learn more about the extensive, award-winning line of Ruger firearms, visit Ruger.com or Facebook.com/Ruger. To find accessories for the LCP, LC9 and other Ruger firearms, visit ShopRuger.com.

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BOUGHT 2NEW RUGER LCP 380 SLIDS ARE VERY HARD TO PULL BACK WHAT TO DO? IT IS VERY HARD FOR SENIOR CITITEN,S TO WORK THIS GUN.

Nathaniel Newman
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Nathaniel Newman

I have a Ruger LC9 with a Crimson Trace Lazer.

What do you have that will work for me. Thanks

jon
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jon

The Ruger LCP can be bought from the factory with either a Lasermax or without.

The trouble is finding a holster for the Lasermax equipped pistol.

marge buchanan
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marge buchanan

new owner of a lc9 ruger

marge buchanan 3307 maplewood

monroe,mich 48162

jim olsson
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jim olsson

You have to buy the package that comes with the laser it isn't a standard feature for the model.

Rick Nelson
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Rick Nelson

if you purchase the lc9-lm it includes the laser.

Randall Hurd
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Randall Hurd

Your add is wrong, I bought my Ruger LCP NEW at Ammo DEPOT in Caddo MILLS TX. It did not come with the Lasermax. I've known the owner for some time now and if it came with a Lasermax it would have been in the Box. Since this is a proprietary piece I doubt serious this was misplaced or fell out of the box onto someone else's Pistol. I can without a doubt they they do not come with the laser. Either that or Ruger screwed up. Either way I sent them an email to verify that they don't come… Read more »