Ruger LCP with the Crimson Trace Laserguard! I know I know, it isn't the same as a Wilson Combat Supergrade or anything, but that is why it isn't in the general 1911 forum! Anyways, I could snap some photos of it if anyone wanted but I think most of us know what it looks like. After reading some reviews and talking to a few people, I decided on this to be my small handgun for concealed carry when you have to go small. I wasn't going to get the laserguard but I honestly like the feel of a little bit more grip circumference from the laser and it will probably benefit me as an aiming tool I am sure. It isn't really cumbersome on the gun. I picked up two spare mags and package (two in a pack) of the Pearce grip extensions so my fingers have somewhere to go and gives me something to grab if I have to strip the magazine from the gun forcefully, which commonly happens with small guns and their magazine releases. The best part was that the gun was put on sale in front of my eyes by the LGS owner. He came around to help me and decided to put them on sale, $50 off, because he has quite a supply of them. $400 for gun and laserguard together. I do not normally get good deals on firearms like everyone else, I am just not much of a deal looker, I tend to buy when I want things. But for a normall $300 gun and $175 laserguard, I think $400 was a pretty good deal. I have not shot it yet because I am going to order an assortment of ammunition and wanted to give it a good cleaning first. I will post the initial range report and range trips later on to keep up with this gun. I think small pocket pistols get overlooked a lot, which is not good, because they are what most of us carry on a regular basis. I will go ahead and post the two dislikes I had with the gun before I bought it, but things I was willing to live with. One, the slide doesn't lock back on empty magazine, and two, the slide release is hard to operate, but not much of a problem if the slide doesn't lock back on last round anyways to be honest.