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Old 12-29-2015, 08:11 PM   #1
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Anyone have experience with this little 3 incher and +P ammo?? TIA!


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Old 01-14-2016, 02:34 PM   #2
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Yes, The lcrx with the larger hogue tame grips, is much more pleasant to shoot than the snubby version. I got a bargain price locally on Buffalo Bore +P ammo for it, and it was actually shootable. I wouldn't spend much time at the range irritating my 68 year hands shooting that stuff, but I'd definitely carry it. I feel the same way about the 327 lcrx ( if Ruger comes out with it ) . I have the snubby , and the factory gold dots are not a pleasure to shoot, but are quite manageable with the larger grip.
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It does help. Thank you.
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I am considering this one too!!!
I shot my neighbors 357 LCR and was pleasantly surprised and impressed.
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For your info, the large grip and the smaller grip interchange easily with a single screw. Use the larger grips for target work and the smaller for maximum concealment.


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