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Old 01-02-2011, 02:14 PM   #1
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Was able to locate two LCRs in 357 for customers and one of the customers just happened to be a friend of mine. This being said you all know that his gun was not leaving the store without me test driveing it, and all I can say is hot damned.

The 357 is a little heavier that the .38, although, the DA trigger is one of the best yet IMHO and there is no noticeable differences in trigger pull between the two models.

Very accurate at 21 feet and the recoil in most manageable and was a pleasure to shoot in my big old hands.

I'm ordering mine with the laser grip option as I feel sight acquisition will be faster from the second and third position.

Overall as a NIB gun I feel this one is a must have.

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kewl, I finally managed to get one to sell in my gun shop,
Now I guess I can just throw away all the Ruger LCR's I have in 38Sp.

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Now I guess I can just throw away all the Ruger LCR's I have in 38Sp.
U can throw them this way I will make sure they r desposed of properly
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The LCR is a great carry gun and I've been impressed with its accuracy at 25 yds. It is lite and easy to carry in my inside the waste band holster. Been shooting the 158 gr.+P lead hollow point, Better known as the FBI load. MC

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Hey joe, aren't you close to me? I'd love to shoot one.

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Yeah Spitty, I'm just a little west of you on the shores of Lake Michigan. Stop by anytime, Joe

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Why did I think you were in NC? Isn't there a Joe in NC that hangs out here?
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I'm actually global and like to hang from the trees without a trapeze in my BVDs.

I really don't think this forum can handle too many like me. At any rate, your always welcome in my neck of the woods Spitty. HJ

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The LCR is a great carry gun and I've been impressed with its accuracy at 25 yds.
I've always wondered why folks shoot snubbies at 75 feet? Just seems kind of odd to me as they are a close range defensive gun...
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I'm actually global and like to hang from the trees without a trapeze in my BVDs.
Listen to Ray Stevens much?
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