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clarkstoncz
10-30-2009, 17:12
Mine arrived today.

Even better trigger pull than the one I handled over in Idaho!

Have yet to shoot it, but nice and light loaded with Glasers and
38+P JHPs.


http://onfinite.com/libraries/1531699/003.jpg

I think that I finally found the perfect snubby for me.

Sportsfame18
10-30-2009, 17:30
nice, how is the recoil on that? would that be a good first revolver?

SpecialT
10-30-2009, 18:58
Mine arrived today.

Even better trigger pull than the one I handled over in Idaho!

Have yet to shoot it, but nice and light loaded with Glasers and
38+P JHPs.


http://onfinite.com/libraries/1531699/003.jpg

I think that I finally found the perfect snubby for me.

Very nice ! Did that case come with it ?

That gun is on my short list. I'm going to start looking around for one.

Enjoy !

ETA: Please do a write up on it once you get to shoot it. I'm very interested in that gun.

glockess56
10-30-2009, 21:06
The LCR rocks! It has a great trigger right out of the box. The recoil is all right. It is very accurate.

clarkstoncz
10-31-2009, 14:37
My Dealer here in WA, told me that if I could find one,
BUY it at any price!

They have been trying to get some in for a couple of months now.

oldsmith
11-01-2009, 05:31
My Dealer here in WA, told me that if I could find one,
BUY it at any price!




Especially from him! :supergrin:

Drew78
11-29-2009, 19:20
Love mine! Very accurate-even more so with a CT grip installed...

cmcinc
11-29-2009, 19:50
Looks nice, congrats.

Nicko
11-29-2009, 21:13
Man I love that revolver. Congrats

Scamp
11-30-2009, 03:58
Very nice!

troy89031
12-02-2009, 08:19
I love my LCR too. I shoot it better than my other snubbie, and it is much lighter in the pocket.

den888
12-06-2009, 21:45
Nice !!!

clarkstoncz
12-07-2009, 09:12
It looks like this now.
http://i204.photobucket.com/albums/bb26/czrami/Rugers/R-Hogue2.jpg
Perfect if you want .38 power in a light and comfortable package.

http://onfinite.com/libraries/1541492/296.jpg

RJT
01-19-2010, 20:30
I just got one and it is great! nice and light and I like the cylinder release better than the S&W type. 38+P's are snappy but not unmanageable.

Drew78
01-21-2010, 12:22
The LCR is SWEEEEEEEEEEEEEEET! I had a chance to shoot it and a 642 side by side for a total of 50 rounds each +p and I was WAY faster and more accurate with the LCR.

One gripe, wish it didnt rattle... Oh well

RJT
02-15-2010, 14:43
The trigger on the LCR is much better right out of the box!

noeyes
03-07-2010, 21:08
Traded the wife's 642 for a LCR and she couldn't be happier! The trigger is so much better and the recoil isn't as bad.

ricklee4570
03-10-2010, 07:25
Is the LCR small enough to pocket carry when wearing jeans or is it too big for this? (With a proper pocket holster of course)

hivoltg
03-29-2010, 02:11
Is the LCR small enough to pocket carry when wearing jeans or is it too big for this? (With a proper pocket holster of course)


bump for an answer

B-One
04-02-2010, 07:07
I can't pocket carry anything in jeans.

Glock 17L
04-02-2010, 10:38
I'd bet the Nice Hogue grips keep the LCR from being pocket carried well..
I have seen one with Crimson Trace grips that looked more pocketable..

Those that say the LCR has a better trigger pull than a S&W haven't shot one of my Snubbie J Frames..

ricklee4570
04-14-2010, 06:29
The LCR is SWEEEEEEEEEEEEEEET! I had a chance to shoot it and a 642 side by side for a total of 50 rounds each +p and I was WAY faster and more accurate with the LCR.

One gripe, wish it didnt rattle... Oh well

Do you think the rattle would be noticeable when carrying utilizing an ankle holster?

Ken43
04-19-2010, 19:28
I wear relaxed fit jeans. I can hide the LCR with either grip in my RF pocket. The standard grips sits up a little higher, but it is still concealable. I was using a nemesis holster.

ricklee4570
04-20-2010, 07:54
To answer my own question, now that I have the LCR--it does not rattle when ankle carry is utilized. In case anyone other than myself was wondering about that.