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Discussion in 'The Snubbie Club' started by Chup, Sep 18, 2010.


  1. Chup

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    Has anyone shot a 357 LCR and how did you like it?
     

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  2. itstime

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    Shot it? Dang you just showed me they made one. Dang. Now I'm interested.
     

  3. Berto

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    woo woo

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    I'm still waiting to see how the durability works out on the .38sp.
    I'm hearing what few long term tests (range guns) are seeing increasing gaps and 'frame stretch'...through the grapevine..not official.
    I have no use for a sub 15oz .357 mag anyways.:supergrin:
     
  4. JK-linux

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    No idea they even existed until I started seeing them for sale used on GT.
     
  5. Chup

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    I ordered one. When I get it and test it I will let you know what I think. I read a 5000 round Test on the 38+P and they said it was tough on the Hand. I don't expect long shooting sessions with 357. I thought it may be a good backup to my SP101.
     
  6. alwaysshootin

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    I believe a second cylinders full, maybe asking too much! Know a couple fellows who broke their hands, shooting either aluminum, or titanium, snubbies. That plastic snubbie is going to be fun!!!!!!
     
  7. Chup

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    I shot my 357 LCR today. Not bad. It handled 357 mags. no problem. I didn't put the target out more than 25' but, it was very accurate out to there. Recoil was no problem. That grip did its job. This bad boy is a keeper. It will replace my 442 as a backup gun.
     
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