So with the weather starting to get warmer, I decided on an impulse last Friday to get a "pocket gun" to carry in the front pocket this summer. I first was wanting a Kahr P380, but dang they're a bit pricey. Probably well worth it, but a co-worker of mine was seriously recommending the LCP, so I figured I'd give it a chance. And hey, for $299, it was half the price of the Kahr. First off, this thing is fantastic for concealing. Drop it in the front pocket, and it looks like a cell phone. I took it to the range for the first time today and put 150 rounds of PMC bronze through it for a quick break in. Not one malfunction in 150 rounds. I read that it can jam with certain types of hollow points, but also that it works well with Hornady Critical Defense. I verified that the Hornady cycles flawlessly through it. As for performance, it performed about as well as I could have hoped for. I have large hands, so any gun this size will be a bit awkward. It also has a super long trigger pull. Despite that, it groups totally decent. So I'm taking off one star for the limitation on types of hollow points you can feed it, but beyond that it totally lived up to my expectations.