SHOT Show 2020: Ruger LCP II Lite Rack .22 LR

Ruger built on the success of its incredibly popular LCP II with the release of an all-new model chambered in .22 LR. The so-called "Lite Rack" variant features, as its name implies, a slide that requires little effort to be drawn to the rear, making it a perfect shooter for those who struggle with manipulating handgun slides.

Each Ruger LCP II Lite Rack in .22 LR features a 10-round magazine, as well as the same styling and texturing found in the company's lineup of .380 ACP variants. For those who feel comfortable relying on .22 LR as a defensive caliber, this Lite Rack LCP offers easy handling and virtually zero felt recoil. Additionally, it serves as a great training option for those who own the centerfire .380 ACP model.

For more details on the Ruger LCP II Lite Rack in .22 LR, check out American Rifleman's First Look video above. Read the full review of Ruger's Lite Rack here.

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