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La lcr..........

Discussion in 'GSSF' started by EL COLONEL, Mar 5, 2010.

  1. EL COLONEL

    EL COLONEL

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    .Anyone acrually owne one ? Went to academy and the guy at the counter let me put one in the back pocket of my blue jean. Very light weight and i think i would carry it this way if i had one , what do you all think ?,,,,:wavey:
     
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    I have been reading on them here and found some interesting things , some good some bad.

    RugerForum.com
     
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    cowboywannabe you savvy?

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    great until you have to sit on your ***. then that light gun becomes a pain.
     
  4. EL COLONEL

    EL COLONEL

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    rfd 339 , What negetive things have you heard ?
     
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    i have had one for a few weeks now. i would say it is one of the softest recoiling snubbies ive ever shot. It conceals very nice, but the grip is a little big for pocket carry, but as the gun becomes more popular more options will be offered for it
     
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    I have read that small few have had them lock up after a few rounds but it is happening between a set of serial#. To add I like Ruger revolvers and own a Sp101 in which I CCW and trust.

    http://www.rugerforum.com/phpBB/viewtopic.php?t=77570
     
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    I have an LCR. It's the best stock revolver trigger Ruger's ever had.
     
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    CTM_357 first gen. g17

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    I have had mine for a while now and i love it.I carry it every day.
     
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    c01 Crazy Eye

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    I have about 300 rounds through mine. No problems and the trigger is very nice.
     
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    I have one and carry it frequently. It shoots very well, excellent hogue grips and best trigger out of the box. Some don't like the looks, but I do and prefer it over a smith J frame, even though I have a smith also. Good luck with your choice!
     
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    Do you stand all day? I think a revolver would be uncomfortable to sit on.
    The LCR does seem to have a nice trigger but I won't be trading my 642 (no lock) on one any time soon. The stock grips on the LCR are HUGE BTW.
     
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    Thanks to all that responded..................................:wavey: