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Old 12-18-2012, 10:41 PM   #1
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I just bought my wife the lcr .357. It seems like a great little gun with the power of the .357. Will also shoot .38 special bullets. I would love feedback from anyone who has experience with this gun. Thanks



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Old 12-18-2012, 10:47 PM   #2
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I just bought my wife the lcr .357. It seems like a great little gun with the power of the .357. Will also shoot .38 special bullets. I would love feedback from anyone who has experience with this gun. Thanks
I have it and carry it daily. It has never given me an issue of any kind. I am sure she is going to love it.
My husband just bought me the lcp for christmas, cant wait to try it out.


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SBach311... Congrats on getting the LCR for your wife. If all goes well, I should be getting my LCR 357. I have read nothing but positive reviews, and I'm sure she will love it.

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38's are fun. 357's are a handful. The gun shoots incredibly accurate for being double action and the short barrel. Only thing I would recommend is a better front sight. Have fun

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IMHO the best point and shoot snubby there is...

Trigger pull is wonderful...

It's lightweight and concealable...(it's on my ankle as we speak...)

It's as reliable as any wheelgun should be...

Not much of a range gun but at under 3 yds, you really can't go wrong...

You made a solid choice, congrats!

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Old 12-19-2012, 04:13 PM   #6
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Thanks everyone for all your input! I'm sure she'll be pretty excited to take it to the range.



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