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Old 05-14-2010, 04:47 PM   #21
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Great marketing ploy on Ruger's part. Me thinks Steve Jobs may be moonlighting.

Not gonna' work here. With my arthritis, my Elsie 38 works just fine.

My 357 will be a Python, not a Pirate!

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Default My next Revolver.

I don't know about everyone else, but for me this is my next Revolver. If it anything like it's counterpart the LCR .38 Special +P, this is all win. I am excited.

OMG, I can't wait to get this one, all other purchases on hold until I get this.
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There is a little review and some video of shooting the LCR .357 in this right up. Two New Ruger LCR Revolvers in 38 Special +P and 357 Magnum and a New Version of the Ruger SR-556 Rifle

Doesn't seem to unmanageable to shoot.

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Oh my my I love it maybe it is my next one just beautiful the both of them

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Just duct tape that pocket rocket in your hand, I'm sure it will handle like a ferrari!

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I've been wanting a LCR for ever! with the 357 mag add it is now a must have! I can shoot shoot 38 spl rounds all day at the range then load it up heavy when I CC. It's is a close use pistol and now can blow a bigger hole in the bad guy in the time of need. I want one!

Whats the MSP? Still if the price drops on the 38 spl models I could afford one.

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I've been wanting a LCR for ever! with the 357 mag add it is now a must have! I can shoot shoot 38 spl rounds all day at the range then load it up heavy when I CC. It's is a close use pistol and now can blow a bigger hole in the bad guy in the time of need. I want one!

Whats the MSP? Still if the price drops on the 38 spl models I could afford one.

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Will, Suggested Retail: $575.00 it's $50 more than the 38.

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I will own one as soon as they arrive at my local gun shop. I'm not getting it for the .357 Mag. cartridge, but for the blackened stainless steel. I will probably sell my Elsie Arrrr .38 SPL. or maybe my M85 UltraLite.

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I have the understanding it will be on a steel frame, and have the ability to shoot the .357mag + .38 sp. + loads. and will be out pretty soon.

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Im really not seeing the downside to it. For an extra $50 your gaining the ability to carry full house .357 loads in an LCR. I don't care what they say either, until I try one for myself I am going to assume that this will be nothing short of a nightmare to shoot with full power loads. Still, it is always nice to have the option if you want it. The extra weight will only make it that much more managable with .38 special loads.

I also dig the blackened stainless. And full power magnum rounds could be fun... in moderation

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