new ruger lcr 38

Discussion in 'Revolver Handguns' started by jbd, Jan 26, 2010.

  1. jbd

    jbd New Member

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    the gun is really a nice little shooter. i have only one concern it seems to have a little rattle sound coming from gun. it is not loud but i was thinking u guys might know what is making the sound?
     
  2. Mr. Bluesky

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    I believe that's the transfer bar, and I'm told they rattle a bit on all Ruger revolvers. Cane can correct me if I'm wrong.
     

  3. lonyaeger

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    That's right, they all have that little rattle.

    Good choice, it's a great little personal defense pistol!
     
  4. MoHawk

    MoHawk New Member

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    Can't wait to pick mine up
     
  5. canebrake

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    Yep, it's the transfer bar (safety).

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    If the rattle is too loud stop playing pocket pool! [​IMG]

    It's a great little gun!

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  6. jbd

    jbd New Member

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    thanks for the quick answers. i will try to take it easy on the pocket pool LOL.
     
  7. BILLYBOB44

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    Pocket Pool?

    When I play pocket pool my S&W Model 60 doesn't rattle??:eek:
     
  8. Ruger Redhawk

    Ruger Redhawk New Member

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    I picked one up a few months ago. I just love it. I've been carrying a G27 and/or a S&W 649 for years.After getting the LCR the others went into the safe.It's such a pleasure to carry,light and comfortable. My only complaint is Ruger didn't bring these out years ago.
    Yeah they done good with this jewel.
     
  9. Mark F

    Mark F New Member Supporter

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    I'm certainly happy with mine.
     
  10. JD57

    JD57 New Member

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    Anybody heard if the are coming out with one in .327 mag?
     
  11. jbd

    jbd New Member

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    no but i would not be shocked if they are not already in the process. at least in the early process.
     
  12. Hawkeye75

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    Charter Arms .357 Pug

    I am thinking about buying a charter arms .357 pug. Anybody out there have one? Is it a good reliable gun???
     
  13. canebrake

    canebrake New Member

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    Hop over to the Introductions section and let us know a little about you.
     
  14. Mr. Bluesky

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    Wouldn't be surprised, I'm hoping it gets released within a few months, so I can get one as soon as I get my CCW.
     
  15. Mark F

    Mark F New Member Supporter

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    I doubt very seriously that Ruger will make the LCR in .357 Magnum.
     
  16. spittinfire

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    If they made one in 357 I would be on that thing like white on rice!! If they make one in 327, you can keep it.
     
  17. Mr. Bluesky

    Mr. Bluesky New Member

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    .327 Federal Magnum
     
  18. Mark F

    Mark F New Member Supporter

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    And your point? I don't see an LCR in .357, or .327 anywhere...
     
  19. mag318

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    When I bought mine I was impressed by how smooth the action was, Ruger is going to sell a lot of these. I just ordered sight unseen a new S&W Bodyguard which will be Smiths first semi polymer revolver. It will be interesting to see how it compares to the LCR. My dealer had a brochure on the new Smiths but doesn't expect delivery until May.
     
  20. Mr. Bluesky

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    Right, he's asking if anyone here has heard anything about a possible future model being released in .327. That's what people do - ask questions of those more knowledgeable and connected than they are. My point was that you misread his question, and while a .357 is not probable, a .327 is. The SP101, GP100, and NMB are all available in .327 at present, so I'd be willing to bet that a .327 LCR isn't too far off.