I bought a Ruger LCP at the gun show yesterday and took it to the range today. First of all, I promise NOT to tell you how many rounds I "sent flawlessly down the pipe", NOT to tell you what I paid "OTD", NOT to tell you that I shot 1" groups at 75 yards, NOT to refer to it as "my Elsie Pea", and finally I promise NOT to post pictures of my targets. CONS: The gun is not fun to shoot, definitely not something I will be taking to the range on a regular basis when I feel like having a good time. The sights are very small and the sight radius is short, the gun is not very accurate. Capacity is only 6 + 1. Slide does not lock back when empty. Only came with one mag (I would much rather have an extra mag than the cute little gun rug and lock that came with the gun). Its a mouse caliber, .380 ACP. PROS: Very small, light and concealable. Price is somewhat reasonable. So far, it seems to be reliable. All things considered, I am happy with the purchase. Its pretty much what I expected. I am not kidding myself by thinking this will be my primary carry gun. It will be used as a back up or when everything else is too large to carry. I plan to shoot another 100 rounds to make sure it is reliable then it will not be shot much, maybe 7 rounds a month (the mag + 1) just to make sure it still works and to maintain some degree of profieciency on my part. I recommend this gun if you recognize its limitations and do not expect too much from it.