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Old 02-04-2012, 12:58 AM   #11
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I like the DA of my Gp100 and she likes shooting my gun so i thought why not get her one so she will leave mine alone..

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I like the DA of my Gp100 and she likes shooting my gun so i thought why not get her one so she will leave mine alone..
Won't do any good -
She'll always want to play with yours
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Yah i figured as much..

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Yah i figured as much..
You hope so anyway
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I found that I was actually pretty accurate with my LCR surprisingly. They are really light so maybe you were anticipating the recoil? Sometimes you can get used to a gun with time, sometimes they are just not a good fit for you. Good luck finding the best one that works for ya!

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I've let others shoot my 38 LCR and all were surprised at how accurate it was.

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My LCR is the best point shooter I have ever had!

And I never plan to shoot at anything over 7 meters. Its for self defense, not hunting.

The LCR's DA trigger is one of the best I've shot. The cam design eliminates the DA stacking.

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My oldladys mother just bought one on saturday and took her Cpl class on sunday. She liked the Lcr so she bought it. We got her father an Sp101 for him on saturday.

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Just for the record I have been referring to my lc9 as an lcp, must have been drinking when I posted. Ugh.

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Fupuk, I have the LCR and am very impressed with it. The ammo I use is the FBI load from Federal +P loading. One thing I experienced with this load in the LCR was that the first time I shot it I experienced a jam due to the fifth round the bullet had moved forward in the case and was hitting the barrel extension and not allowing the cylinder to rotate into alignment. This happened two times. Not a good thing to have happen in a defensive situation. To fix this I took all my .38 ammo to be used in this gun and crimped it and have not experienced this problem again.

The LCR in my opinion is a close range defensive weapon and not a long range accuracy firearm. That said I shoot from seven to 25 yards with this revolver and am impressed with the accuracy I get at 25yds.
The weight of the LCR makes it a nice gun to carry all day long. Liked the LCR so much I went out and bought the LC9 from Ruger and it shoots just as good as the LCR.

Everyone is different with their ability with a revolver, practice will improve your familiarty and ability with the LCR. ]

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