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ktmboyz 09-18-2009 12:06 AM

Got my LCR !!!
 
Finally made the move and brought home my Ruger LCR :D Now I can have something to carry when its warmer and I dont have alot of concealment clothing on . Hey Cane does yours have an annoying rattle from the transfer bar ?? I called Ruger and they said it was normal :mad:

Made the switch from
http://www.firearmstalk.com/gallery/.../ruger_002.JPG
To this
http://www.firearmstalk.com/gallery/.../ruger_001.JPG

DoyleTheDog 10-01-2009 11:17 PM

Congrats buddy!!! I got one about a month ago and love it!! Mine has the transfer bar rattle as well but for the most part you never hear it while you're carrying it.

Mark F 10-19-2009 02:49 PM

I've had my LCR for about 6/7 months now. Love it...

spittinfire 10-19-2009 03:18 PM

Congrats on the purchase! What are you using for carry ammo?

Hooks 10-21-2009 12:48 AM

I've had mine for a few months....very nice carry on the hip....

canebrake 10-21-2009 02:31 AM

ktm, I don't know how I missed this!!

Yea it rattles but only when I shake it.

I don't shiver down here in Florida so it's not been an issue. I had a piss quiver while carring and didn't hear a sound.

When summer is over in another month or two I'll switch back to my Colt.

http://i695.photobucket.com/albums/v...CIMG0950-1.jpg

Rusty, (?) I carry Cor-Bon 38 Special +P 110gr DPX and when I pull the loud switch on this 13.5 oz puppy my arthritic wrist lets me know its +P! Id rather shoot Fenrir, but I'd rather carry my Elsie Ahrrrr! Target load wad cutters are an absolute pleasure to shoot and I can run 200-300 in a single range session with no problemo. Asmel can attest to this and I'm sure he will back me with saying it has the sweetest DA trigger around.

Hooks, hop over to the Introduction Section and tell us a little about yourself.

CA357 10-21-2009 04:38 AM

Congratulations. :cool:

WDB 10-22-2009 03:21 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by canebrake (Post 176039)
ktm, I don't know how I missed this!!

Yea it rattles but only when I shake it.

I don't shiver down here in Florida so it's not been an issue. I had a piss quiver while carring and didn't hear a sound.

When summer is over in another month or two I'll switch back to my Colt.

http://i695.photobucket.com/albums/v...CIMG0950-1.jpg

Rusty, (?) I carry Cor-Bon 38 Special +P 110gr DPX and when I pull the loud switch on this 13.5 oz puppy my arthritic wrist lets me know its +P! Id rather shoot Fenrir, but I'd rather carry my Elsie Ahrrrr! Target load wad cutters are an absolute pleasure to shoot and I can run 200-300 in a single range session with no problemo. Asmel can attest to this and I'm sure he will back me with saying it has the sweetest DA trigger around.

Hooks, hop over to the Introduction Section and tell us a little about yourself.

Two questions,
First what is the rattle, Something that will gain attention just enjoying daily life or something you have to be break dancing to to make happen? I truly want to buy this pistol as my next gun but if it rattles like old guy with a pocket full of coins then that is an issue.

Second question the ammo strips in the photo, who makes them? Do you use them and if you do what do you think of them?

ktmboyz 10-22-2009 03:31 AM

The rattle is just the transfer bar in the trigger mechanism. Its not very bad or very loud just something I noticed and at the time was fust wondering if it was normal. Next time you see one just shake it a little and you will hear it. It doesnt bother me at all, I just have a thing about noises that shouldnt be there, maybe its from too many years as a auto tech lol :confused:

AsmelEduardo 10-26-2009 06:07 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by canebrake (Post 176039)
Asmel can attest to this and I'm sure he will back me with saying it has the sweetest DA trigger around.

I certify that!:D


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