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This is a discussion on LCP Custom vs LCP II trigger within the Ruger Pistols forums, part of the Pistol & Revolver Forum category; Originally Posted by rammerjammer Those grommets are for people that should not be carrying a gun. If you're not willing to carry chambered or use ...


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Old April 20th, 2017, 10:04 AM   #16
 
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Those grommets are for people that should not be carrying a gun. If you're not willing to carry chambered or use some cumbersome device like a grommet you shouldn't be carrying.



Buy a gun from a reputable manufacturer, buy a good holster that protects the trigger and you're good to go.


In my opinion, how someone chooses to carry is their own choice. It's their own life. I do agree with Jammer that these grommets seem like a very bad idea. It's not the kind of thing that anyone is going to build solid muscle memory with. I think it just creates a sense of security while probably doing just the opposite in the event you need to pull your weapon. I think (my opinion only), one should decide what level of personal safety (against NDs) they're most comfortable with be it a thumb safety, DA trigger, decocker for holstering or whatever that level is where they are comfortable carrying the gun in a ready or very near ready state. Maybe that comfort evolves over time, maybe not. Everyone has the right to choose how they carry.


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Thank You for the information, I agree with your thinking on a good holster and will be buying a KYDEX holster and forgetting about the grommet idea. I have been carrying my LCP Custom chambered and using a deep nylon pocket holster which covers the trigger but I think is to soft around the trigger and this bothers me.
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I'm a fan of the trigger guard Kydex pocket holsters that Black Rhino sells. "Holster" snaps over the trigger guard and has a lanyard to loop around your belt. Holster pops off of the trigger guard when you draw the pistol from the pocket.

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If you are not comfortable carrying a Glock, Kahr or a Shield without a manual safety, then the LCP II is not for you. If you plan on keeping your pistol in a holster that properly isolates the trigger and can keep you finger off the trigger when you draw, handle, or holster your pistol, you will be ok.
Or a LC9s Pro.

The trigger on my LC9s (which is a single action) is about 4.5 lbs.

The holster is the key.
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Thank You for the information, I agree with your thinking on a good holster and will be buying a KYDEX holster and forgetting about the grommet idea. I have been carrying my LCP Custom chambered and using a deep nylon pocket holster which covers the trigger but I think is to soft around the trigger and this bothers me.


Sounds smart to me! I carry my LCP Custom in a Kydex IWB from Concealment Express. I bought the custom for pocket carry but just found the draw cumbersome and potentially hazardous - the IWB to be very unobtrusive. I'm happy.


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