Lorcin L9 and Davis P32 (Lorcin is gone, Davis is sold!)

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Lorcin L9 and Davis P32 (Lorcin is gone, Davis is sold!)

Postby Flowmaster » Mon Jul 31, 2017 3:49 am

I've got a Lorcin L9 and a Davis P32 for sale. These were part of a multi-gun deal that my friend/gun dealer got. He wanted some of the guns but had to get them all. It was an all-or-nothing sort of deal so he took the good with the bad. My friend/FFL turned around and sold me some of the SNS guns out of the group and kept what he wanted. These guns were transferred to an FFL I deal with frequently so they're ready to be shipped to your receiving FFL.

Both guns are in need of parts but could be brought back to life. They will ship free in a flat-rate priority mail box to your dealer.

First is the Lorcin L9. It is missing a sear, firing pin, firing pin spring, and takedown button. It is also missing a safety and a magazine. I'm pretty sure that's all its missing. The gun is of particular interest for me (and maybe some others on this forum) because it has police department markings on the underside of the trigger guard. They're probably a case number or something but I don't know what police department they came out of and neither does the guy who sold them to me.
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The Lorcin is $40 including shipping to your FFL.

The other gun I have for sale is a Davis P32. Chrome frame, chrome slide. The slide has an interesting failure on the front of it where it goes around the barrel. I've never seen one break like that. I did check the portion of the frame on top of the barrel and it is in good shape, not cracked like you commonly see on the 380 guns. The gun is basically a frame, mag release (with pin and spring) as well as some other parts. Whenever I come across a gun without grips I always look at the holes for the grip screws. These looked fine, not stripped out or cross-threaded. I did not try screws in them but the holes looked good. The extractor and extractor spring are in the slide. The slide itself is toast, but will be included for identification purposes and just in case you want to have a Zamak barbecue to celebrate the ownership of your new fine firearm.
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The Davis is $30 including shipping to your local FFL.

These guns are being sold as-is with no warranty expressed or implied. No returns, all sales are final. I'm treating these like parts guns but they could be brought back if you've got the spare parts for them. These guns are going pretty much at my cost plus what I'm going to be paying to ship them so please no lowball offers here. I'm not doing this to get rich, I'm doing it to share Zamak with the rest of the Zamak-loving community. I've got too many project guns anyway.

Now kids, if you want to buy both I'll knock off five bucks and sell them both to you for $65 including shipping to your dealer. Pull the trigger on this hot deal! Ah, sorry, I couldn't help myself.
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Re: Lorcin L9 and Davis P32

Postby FergusonTO35 » Mon Jul 31, 2017 1:36 pm

Adam, you know you want them! :oops:
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Re: Lorcin L9 and Davis P32

Postby adam01364 » Tue Aug 01, 2017 11:16 pm

Ferg, unfortunately there's WAY too much Zamak in my safe. :oops:
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Re: Lorcin L9 and Davis P32

Postby Flowmaster » Wed Sep 06, 2017 5:38 am

The Lorcin L9 is no longer available.
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Re: Lorcin L9 and Davis P32

Postby adam01364 » Wed Sep 06, 2017 10:21 am

Local buy back program?
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Re: Lorcin L9 and Davis P32

Postby Flowmaster » Thu Sep 07, 2017 7:20 am

Nah, I decided to keep that one. I didn't know that buying the parts to fix it would be so expensive. I'm going to get a mag off of eBay for $20 shipped and then I'll have to hunt down the sear, striker, and other parts I'll need to get it back together. When all is said and done I'll probably have $100 in a $50 gun. Oh well, something to add to the collection. It has some of the worst ergonomics I've ever felt. At least it has some PD markings on the trigger guard so that's something different.
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Re: Lorcin L9 and Davis P32

Postby Papa G » Thu Sep 07, 2017 1:12 pm

Numrich seems to have every part for Lorcin L9 except the safety.

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Re: Lorcin L9 and Davis P32

Postby adam01364 » Thu Sep 07, 2017 8:50 pm

Flowmaster wrote:It has some of the worst ergonomics I've ever felt.

I hear you, hated shooting mine. Interesting take down button though; press it in and then it comes apart exactly like a Hi-Point.
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Re: Lorcin L9 and Davis P32

Postby David Vincent » Wed Sep 13, 2017 3:54 pm

the grip safety on the lcs likes to crack a thin area in the frame. It also feels like crap when shooting. I just removed it after a few frames cracked.

Ergonomics LOL.... this aint no L22.

Funny enough the ergos on all the other lorcins are spot on. L25, L22, L32.... are all great. i dont mention the L380 because I dont consider those pistols actual firearms. The others... when they actually function do in fact launch projectiles. Many times in crazy directions due to lorcin's patented smooth bore rifleing that gives to appearance of lands and groves while operating like a ball and powder gun only less accurate.

Lets talk some Lorcins! How about the LT25! The awesomeness of an aluminum frame which is hard enough to crack zamak. Especially Lorcin Zamak which is the softest I have ever seen on a semi auto SNS. You end up with a small and light pocket auto that runs through slides like butter due to the ultra powerful 25acp.

Then we have the L22... I have renamed this model the FUBAR 22 as that is its most consistent function during Fireing and extraction. . Such a beautiful piece of craftsmanship and design. Its the choice of any serious SNS ninja as it launches projectiles forward (bullet) and also sideways (case, extractor, spring) and up (extractor pin) with one trigger pull. The usefulness of this feature is obvious of course. The L22 is like a fireworks show.

THe L32... not bad. cant hit anything but it can be made reliable at missing the target pretty well. It would be a sweet snake gun if bird shot could function in it.

L9... well.... the mags are decent.... They look kind of neat in a space gun sort of way. Grip is interesting LOL.

Gotta love lorcins. Once you get them running they break! Clean them.... be careful... they can break!
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Re: Lorcin L9 and Davis P32

Postby Flowmaster » Thu Sep 14, 2017 8:03 pm

My Lorcin is from a casting foundry that I'm not familiar with. Under the grip on one side it says RDC Reno NV. For once its not a Lansco or IDC casting.
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