I've been remiss in not getting these two out of "unfired" status, so, I visited the range today. LCP - Two tone, 380 ACP, Crimson Trace laser, Pearce Grip extension. I have the crimson trace laser installed, and, I aligned it by eye before I went. It was really close, and, very consistent. With a slight touch up, I was able to obliterate the "black" on a standard pistol target at 20 yards. I fed the weapon a mix of FMJ and hollow points with no failures to feed, fire or eject. I purchased the weapon on a whim and I'm not disappointed. Anyone within 20 yards is toast, I didn't fire it at longer ranges. I really dislike the lack of an empty mag hold open. I missed that terribly as I was handed mags that were short loaded by a random amount. The laser makes the package work, even at distance. The sights are horrible. I have marked the front sight with white sight paint, but, it is of minimal help. The thing was hard to clean - meaning I had powder residue in the barrel and had a lot of trouble getting out. It didn't seem to be my chemical cocktail - I tried several. It was tight along the edge of the grooves from the end of the chamber out about 1 cm. I finally used a small nylon toothbrush style and got at it. My normal brushes & jags (Dewey) didn't seem to get the job done. Round count = 100. PPS - 9mm, 7 round magazines, Limbsaver recoil grip The weapon is stock, with the exception of a Limbsaver slip on grip accessory. At 25 yards, the thing was very good - better than I expected. I'm not a DA or long-pull shooter, so, there was some adjustment for me. The sights were ok for elevation, a little off in windage. A minor issue. Again, a mix of ammo and no failures of any kind. I found the trigger reset to be a little quicker than I was used to and had to use care not to unintentionally double-tap. Once I was aware of it, it was a non-issue. Again, the T-2 was properly aerated. No issues in stripping or cleaning. I feel like the weapon is a good value. I have ordered a stainless steel BT guide rod for it and will keep the factory rod as a "spare". I liked the Limbsaver a lot, much more than the Hogue's I have. I was concerned it might be unpleasant to shoot, but, it was a honey. Round count = 150.