Ruger Announces 10th Anniversary Limited Edition LCP

Ruger Announces 10th Anniversary Limited Edition LCP
Ruger Announces 10th Anniversary Limited Edition LCP

U.S.A.-( Sturm, Ruger & Company, Inc. (NYSE-RGR) is proud to commemorate the 10th Anniversary of the LCP by releasing a Limited Edition pistol to mark the occasion. Owed to its size, weight and reliability, Ruger’s Lightweight Compact Pistol has become the preferred backup gun for law enforcement and an everyday carry companion for countless law-abiding Americans.

10 years after its introduction, the LCP is still the perfect choice for personal protection. This Limited Edition anniversary pistol features a stainless steel slide with custom forward serrations, an aluminum skeletonized trigger and special “Tenth Anniversary” laser engraving.

Ruger LCP special “Tenth Anniversary” laser engraving
Ruger LCP special “Tenth Anniversary” laser engraving

Not much larger than a modern smartphone and less than 1” wide, the LCP provides many concealed carry options while offering 6+1 of capacity in the popular .380 Auto caliber. The high-performance, glass-filled nylon grip frame is checkered for a secure grip, while the included finger grip extension floorplate may be added to the magazine to accommodate larger hand sizes and provide increased grip area. Fixed sights integral to the slide and a recessed hammer provide confidence when drawing the LCP from a pocket holster.

For more information on the LCP or to learn more about the extensive line of award-winning Ruger firearms, visit or To find accessories for the LCP and other Ruger firearms, visit or your local independent retailer of Ruger firearms.

About Sturm, Ruger & Co., Inc.
Ruger Firearms

Sturm, Ruger & Co., Inc. is one of the nation’s leading manufacturers of rugged, reliable firearms for the commercial sporting market. As a full-line manufacturer of American-made firearms, Ruger offers consumers over 400 variations of more than 30 product lines. For more than 60 years, Ruger has been a model of corporate and community responsibility. Our motto, “Arms Makers for Responsible Citizens®,” echoes the importance of these principles as we work hard to deliver quality and innovative firearms.

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C Holland

I have a Ruger SR9c 17rd mag I like it real well also have Ruger SR.40c 17 rd you about have to strong arm it because of the recoil its alot more than the 9mm. The 40 has more recoil than my Fn-FNX 45 the 45 lots softer on recoil it little more the 9mm

Robert Colley

Very discouraged by the quality of of the 10/22 Charger. Stove pipes every 5 rounds no matter what ammo is used. Was thinking about getting a PC 9, but saw them having similar problems. I’m through with Ruger!

Dr. Rawls Jennette

Would love to get one, or more, of these 10th Anniversary Ruger’s, for Christmas gifts! I had one of them in 2012 but I had problems with it from the day I got it. I would like to give this another try (simply because I have ALWAYS been a Ruger supporter) BUT when I called about a 40c I purchased, awhile back, the “customer service” talked to me, AND MY WIFE, EXTREMELY RUDE, giving me absolutely NO help! Nevertheless, I would love to have one of these 10th anniversary edition 380’s by Christmas. Can someone help my wife and I… Read more »

C Holland

Just buy a FN-FNS SUB COMPACT 9 MM IT COMES 2 -12rd and 1 – 17rd mags 1 of. The 12 rd has the pinky on it . Which you’ll pay around $ 500.00 for it.


I recently bought a Ruger LCP II and I really like the little gun for my CCDW. It’s easily concealed in a pocket holster, easy to draw, quick to raise into targeting position and has a crisp trigger. Inside of about 10-12 yards it’s accurate and the little gun cycles well with no hang ups or jams. I’ve tried some of the more expensive ammunition (Hornady Critical Defense) and some of the El cheapo shoot-em-ups (Eagle, Wolf brands) with the same results; no jams or hang ups. For not much over $200 for Ruger quality and reputation, it can’t be… Read more »

C Holland

Hell just buy an Fn- FNS sub compact 9 mm

Zachary Hughes

Love my rugers never had a jam very reliable and accurate rite out of the box made like a tank I would rather have a ruger than those s&w had a few of them might as well throw a rock they shot all over couldn’t hit anything my opinion I rellie on my rugers


Lucky you. My LCP 2 jams quite often.

Dr.Rawls Jennette

My 40c has had problems “jamming” since day one! Like we have individual personalities, apparently so do Rugers! Some get lucky from day one, others, like myself, get the ones at the “bottom of the pile”! I’ve been a Ruger supporter for over 40 years but in the last 10 years I have, personally, seen the quality go south. Would love to have the new ,10th anniversary, Ruger 380, just to give them another solid chance. I am skeptical about it, though, all because of my “customer service” experience with them. Maybe……

Pastor Don

I have both the original and LCP II, I love them both.
I’ve shot about 1000 rounds in each, without ANY problems.
Will be getting the new one as soon as possible.


Bought a lc9pro at a gun show a few months back in a factory sealed box. Got it home and opened it. There was no mag or extenseion either. Sent a email to ruger and got a call from a man named wayne. Told him my problem. A week later in the mail came a pakage with 2 mags,the orange plug mag. 2 extensitions. I call that that costomer service.

Bob black

Like my LCP 2 great conceal carry weapon

Richard B. Mattis

What i want to know is whether the trigger is like the LCP ll. Anyone know?


My question too. The skeleton trigger *looks* like the LCP Custom, which is supposed to be quite good, but the stock LCP feel is not.

Ray Andrews

The article is about the LCP generation 2 which is much better than the lcp gen 1. The gen 2 had an upgraded trigger and better sights. Both gen 1 and gen 2 are hammer fired double action pistols while the LCP 2 is a striker fired with a much quicker trigger. I have the lcp gen 2 and I believe that the double action trigger is much safer for a pocygun than the single action LCP2.

Bob Rohrer

I was hoping for some helpful comments on the pistol. I will look elsewhere!

Michael Taglietta

As a motorcyclist and an avid shooter I remember clearly when Ruger in the 90s refused their employees, that rode motorcycle, health coverage. It was discrimination to the max. I was a member of the AMA (American Motorcyclist Association) and they filed a lawsuit against Ruger for that reason.
For that reason, I will not buy or own anything made by Ruger.


boo hoo. I’m sure you’re really hurting their sales

John rosco

Love the Mark III pistol.

First CCW

Need more info. Reviews claimed the LCP was crappy in comparison to the LCP II. Were there any functionality improvements or are they only cosmetic for the 10th anniversary edition? Searching around for my first CCW.


You are an idiot. Every gun manufacturer in the United States do reports for gun safety and ways to prevent gun violence. Even the NRA gun safety and gun violence reports. So go ahead boycott all of them

Robert May

Ruger made good on a warranty beyond my expectations . In this day when a company stands by its product as strongly as Ruger does I am reminded of when a mans word meaning something . I had a trouble with my New 10/22 and the President of the company called me personally to make sure it was fixed . my rifle was shipped to the NH factory at their expense and repaired and returned in a few days . They care about their reputation with gun owners . the repair was good and the stock replacement was of great… Read more »

James Spiers

Hope it’s made in ARIZONA, like the ORIGINALS ! ( not the questionable that are made in NC )


There is a little concealled holster for the LCP that is pretty cool at


And u voted for Trump, but God still loves.


not gonna buy Ruger anything, nor Smith or Springfield – i’m sticking with family and privately run gun manufacturers, such as NAA, Charter Arms, Kel-Tec

Steven Sarasky

I’m with you. 100% besides the new S&W guns are garbage only own older ones from the 60s 70s and 80s had a LCP piece of Shit had the 9mm. piece of shit I carry either a S&W 357 model 19-7 1989 0r one of my old S&W 38spl. Or my Berretta 92 FS.9mm all metal frame never had a problem been shooting for 30 years was on a shooting team Florida Tennessee. Was a shooting instructor .And gunsmith .plastic frame guns are garbage!

Frederick Galinski’

I have Rugerd for years and never had any problems
With quality and operations
Love to test the new LCP 10 Anniversary because
The LCP is 380 and I Have Browning 380 and would like to compare

Steven Sarasky

Screw Ruger. Boycott will never buy again they gave in to those nuns reports on gun violence shame on RUGER !

Some Guy

You do realize that they cannot legally do anything about a shareholder vote right?

John Kramer

Dude I think that was Smith and Wesson

Ituk Uppoo

All they want is a report. So give it to them. It can say they are making peanut butter sandwiches in an effort to change criminals ways. It doesnt say they have to hire people to watch over customers to make sure they use ruger products safely and keep them locke up away from children. There is a law for that already. So, it can be business as usual. The Nuns hope that people like you boycott Ruger which is how they plan the company will fail even if it means losing the money they stole from the collection baskets… Read more »


I don’t think that was Ruger


I thot that was S&W.
Isn’t a boycott kinda’ like cutting of yur nose just to spite yur face?
Best o’ luck!


I don’t think Ruger had a choice. Ruger is a publicly traded company, and the company shareholders voted and approvedd the resoluion, instructing the company to do the report.


You’re an idiot.

Eugene Lillge

Won’t buy a Ruger till they move the plant to a pro 2nd. amendment state


What difference does it make to you in which state Ruger firearms are manufactured? They’re still US made, and still built to Ruger standards of quality. I guess you’d rather buy something made in Brazil or Argentina. China, maybe?