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Old 10-15-2011, 06:22 PM   #11
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Well it came in yesterday and I hit the range with it. I liked the way it feels even when shooting .357 mag rounds. One of the best feeling magnums I've shot. I like it better than my Ruger sp101 I sold a few years back. I really like the feel of the grip, just has a good positioning for the recoil. Now I just have to find a good CC holster for it.

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Thanks guys I like the front pocket holster idea for when I'm wearing a t shirt. I also would like a good concealment holster for my belt for a jacket or button down shirt. Any ideas on something the would fit this bill I do not like snaps on a holster but retention holsters are ok.

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By the way Cane I like the backup knife.

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By the way Cane I like the backup knife.
Thanks griffin, its my favorite and most expensive, but worth every dime!

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I checked and Tommy Theis offers a IWB holster for the Ruger LCR. I use Tommy's holsters and I don't think you will find a more comfortable concealment holster out there!

New CCW permit holders are often observed fussing with their carry rig to a fault. What I have found myself doing with the Theis holster is to catch myself checking if I put it on that day. Yea, it's that comfortable!

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I wouldn't mind owning an LCR, myself. Maybe someday..........
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Thanks Cane I'll look at that holster tonight. Thanks for the help guys.

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