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Ruger LCP MAX vs Sig Sauer P365-380


SAO Pocket Pistol Chambered in 380 ACP

Sig Sauer P365-380

Striker-Fired Subcompact Pistol Chambered in 380 ACP

What is the difference between a Ruger LCP MAX and Sig Sauer P365-380?

The Ruger LCP MAX and Sig Sauer P365-380, though designed for different purposes, share some commonalities. Both chambered in 380 ACP, they cater to users seeking compact and lightweight options. The LCP MAX, with a 2.8-inch barrel, is a single-action-only (SAO) pistol designed for pocket carry. It offers a capacity of 10+1 and 12+1 rounds, showcasing versatility in ammunition options. The LCP MAX's dimensions of 5.22 inches in length, 0.97 inches in width, and 4.12 inches in height, with a weight of 10.6 ounces, contribute to its pocket-sized design, making it an ideal choice for discreet carry. On the other hand, the P365-380, featuring a 3.1-inch barrel and a capacity of 10+1 and 12+1 rounds, is a striker-fired subcompact pistol from Sig Sauer. Despite being slightly larger at 5.8 inches in length, 1 inch in width, and 4.2 inches in height, with a weight of 15.7 ounces, it still falls within the compact category. While the LCP MAX leans towards pocket carry with its SAO trigger, the P365-380 provides a subcompact, striker-fired alternative, catering to users with preferences for either design. The slim widths of both pistols contribute to their concealability, with the LCP MAX offering an even more compact solution for pocket carry enthusiasts.


  Length L Height H Width W Weight W
LCP MAX 5.22 in 4.12 in 0.97 in 10.6 oz
P365-380 5.8 in 4.2 in 1 in 15.7 oz


  Barrel BBL Trigger Website
LCP MAX 2.8 in SAO ruger.com
P365-380 3.1 in Striker-Fired sigsauer.com


  380 ACP 380 ACP
LCP MAX 10 , 12 (+1) 10 , 12 (+1)
P365-380 10 , 12 (+1) 10 , 12 (+1)

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