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Old 04-19-2013, 03:05 AM   #1
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Anyone got one of these, I'm looking to soon buy one for my CCDW here in Kentucky.

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Old 04-19-2013, 04:06 AM   #2
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No, but heard great things! You should look at the Taurus 605 also. Small frame, 2"barrel, 357 and 38sp with a very decent trigger pull length. I shot one a while ago and fell in love, and I hate revolvers! Well, I guess not anymore. It's only 400 too!

Just another option.

Rugers LC series is my least favorite immeasurably! But, to be fair, I've never tried the LCR line of the series, so I can't speak to it specifically.

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I own the .357, which is basically the same and love it. Even with the heavy loads it isn't to bad to shoot. My wife also loves it and that is what she got comfortable shooting handguns with. She once shot 200 rounds in an evening(of .38). Couldn't recommend it more. Spent a long time debating between the S&W and the LCR, but glad we got this. Trigger and grip is much better.

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I enjoy mine.
My wife has a S&W J frame as well, but I like the Ruger's feel and performance better though.


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Anyone got one of these, I'm looking to soon buy one for my CCDW here in Kentucky.
When you get one, post a picture. Revolvers are awesome.
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