Tokyo Marui LCP Compact Carry Green Gas Airsoft Pistol (Fixed Slide)
- Ultra-Compact Pistol
- Non-Blowback for Optimal Gas Efficiency
- 10rd Capacity
- Easy to Read Front and Rear Sights
- Ideal for Shooters with Smaller Hands
- Compatible only with Tokyo Marui LCP Magazines
The Tokyo Marui LCP is loosely based on the Taurus TCP 308 which is a popular choice when it comes to an ultra-compact carry pistol. Much like the Taurus, the LCP is ideal for shooters with smaller hands or those that want to carry a concealed pistol for certain game types or act as a backup airsoft gun to your other options.
The LCP is a non-blowback pistol that features a 10 round capacity. Much like its bigger cousin the MK23, the LCP is highly gas efficient as it does not need excess gas to power a slide. The LCP has easy to read sights and for its short length, it is quite accurate.
Internally, it's based on Tokyo Marui's tried and tested non-blowback system, similar to the MK23, and has a fixed hop-up for ideal performance and accuracy for such a small gun.
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|Power Source||Green Gas / HFC134A|
|Shooting Mode||Semi Auto|
|Net Weight (kg)||0.26|
Tokyo Marui LCP Compact Carry Gas Pistol (Fixed Slide)
Cool little gun
Ok guys just got this little gun in the mail today and after playing with it a while I decide to write up a quick review for you all. First off, this gun is ABSOLUTELY NOT a clone of a Taurus TCP in 308... lol @ the thought of a pocket 308! What the description SHOULD say is this is a copy of a Ruger LCP which is a wildly popular pocket gun chambered in .380 acp... definitely not .308. Big difference. Comparing this to my real ruger lcp pistol the look is very similar. Nearly an exact clone with only a few exceptions. Despite saying LCP on the slide and "CAL. 380 AUTO" on the opposite side of the gun, no other Ruger trademarks are present. Kind of a pity but I'm sure they couldn't do it legally so instead of the ruger emblem on the grip you get a nice TM in the Ruger style. Not a big deal but kinda lame since TM is usually known for their exact copies and it would serve Ruger right for cloning the KelTec p3at in the first place lol! Of course, this being a non blowback gun, the slide is fixed. So is the hop up. Luckily, it's Tokyo and built very well and shoots great as is. I was easily hitting targets at 30 yards with .20s and perfomance was very consistent. I'm sure it will be more than fine for a backup gun at a game or what I bought it for which is cheap ccw practice. Now with the fixed slide, some of the training I can do is limited... basically only drawing from concealment and firing. Reloading would be unrealistic but honestly I doubt many people would reload an LCP in real life or even carry a reload but it's worth mentioning. Overall, I'd give it like a 7 out of 10. Definitely a good gun and well worth the minor cost.