Ruger Muddy Girl Pistols

Muddy Girl LC9s

Davidson’s announced a partnership with Ruger on a pair of new LCP and LC9s pistols that use the Muddy Girl camo pattern. While not a typical hunting camo pattern, the pink finish has been a popular alternative finish in recent years.

Other companies offering Muddy Girl finishes include SIG SAUER, Colt and Savage.

The MSRP of the LCP is $399, while the LC9s has a suggested retail price of $469.

Muddy Girl LCP

From Davidson’s:

Davidson’s has teamed up once again with Ruger to create a brand new finish for the extremely popular LCP and LC9s pistols. The grip frames on both pistols are high-performance, glass filled nylon and, for these Davidson’s exclusive models, sport an attractive Muddy Girl® camo finish.

The Ruger LCP, or Lightweight Carry Pistol, is an excellent backup or carry gun chambered in .380ACP and built around a through hardened alloy steel barrel and slide. The barrel on the LCP is 2.75” long, and the gun weighs 9.4 ounces unloaded. The magazine holds six rounds and the pistol has an overall length of 5.16” and a width of just 0.82” making it easily concealable and comfortable to carry all day long.

The Ruger LC9s is Ruger’s striker-fired version of the popular LC9. The striker-fired mechanism provides a short, light and crisp trigger pull. Chambered in 9mm, the LC9 features a manual thumb safety, 7+1 capacity, and a 3.12” barrel. A magazine disconnect, visual inspection port for confirming a round chambered, and 3-dot dovetailed front and rear sights are standard on the LC9s.

The Davidson’s exclusive Muddy Girl® camo-finished Ruger LCP and LC9s are available at Davidson’s dealers nationwide or consumers can order item# 3734 (LCP) or item# 3243-RUG (LC9s) directly from Davidson’s consumer website –

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  • Zachary marrs

    Hey, if it gets ONE more person into guns, im all for it

    • Nicks87

      Exactly, I dont care how stupid Joe Bob thinks colored guns are. If ONE person says, “Hey thats the gun for me”. Then I’m all for it.

    • USMC03Vet

      One area where firearms industry needs to go is offering more designs and colors from the manufacturer.

    • Grindstone50k

      How about offering more blues, purples, greens, reds, etc. Literally no woman I know wants a pink gun.

      • Nicks87

        I have seen a few ladies and at least one gentleman at the range with the pink guns as well…

      • Zachary marrs

        I know a few, as well as a few guys, who like pink guns.

        Who are we to judge?

  • USMC03Vet

    That’s not a bad design. Would consider if in OD green or urbran.

  • Jack Morris

    I guess the lawyers REALY want to make sure us dumbasses read that freakin instruction manual.

  • Michael Pham

    They wouldn’t keep offering pink guns if people didn’t keep buying them.

    I can’t believe that, but it must be true.

  • ghost

    it just appeals to my feminine side.

  • Gwolf

    If I ever have to take down a high value target at the Barbie Malibu Mansion, this is the camo pattern I would choose.

  • Renegade

    If it weren’t for the instruction manual engraving, I would consider it….

    Let’s see more colors in firearms please. The beauty of plastic is we can have more than black.

  • Richard Johnston

    That’s a nice design gun, appeals to feminine side and a great safety tool for girls. Thanks for letting us know about this product specially designed for girls and giving detail overview.