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Two nurses in two days! Yesterday it was Anthony and his Walther. Today, Rick presents his LC-9, another concealable choice for the healthcare professional who’s always prepared. Check out Rick’s gear at Everyday Carry . . .


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  1. We see a lot of LC 9 pistols here
    They are popular as a concealed carry gun
    It is small and concealable
    I never liked the d a o trigger and this one is especially bad in my opinion
    As always, better to have a gun than no gun

  2. Bought my LC9 just before it was taken off the CA approved list.
    I did read lots of positive reviews before purchase.
    When the LC9s with improved trigger trade in was offered I would have jumped on it except it was not on the CA approved list.
    While waiting 10 days to pick up the pistol I bought ammo, spare mags, Remora holster and mag pouch.
    It is a decent pistol, never had failures, wasn’t expecting a target pistol what I got was a belly gun at best.

  3. Rick needs to buy an LC9S. The changes that Ruger made make a gun that was previously awesome to carry but frustrating to shoot into a darn near perfect subcompact auto. Do it, Rick! It will change your life!

    • Anyone use the 9round magazine for the LC9s? It’s on a list of guns I may get and reviews are mixed on the extended mag. And I’m not sure anyone will see this…

      • I’ve used them on the range, but they’re too long for pocket carry. I use the flat base mag in the gun and the finger grip mag for the spare.


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