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new Ruger LCR .22

This is a discussion on new Ruger LCR .22 within the Defensive Carry Guns forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; It holds 8 rounds.. that just about rivals most of the .22 semi-autos out there. And at least you wouldn't have to worry about jams, ...

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    It holds 8 rounds.. that just about rivals most of the .22 semi-autos out there. And at least you wouldn't have to worry about jams, which are so common in the semi-autos.
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    I guess it'd be better than shooting a P22 or anything else with a slide (in a defensive situation since if you get physical there is a chance to go out of battery).

    Would be a nice gun for my wife to learn on if she ever wanted to and then carry.
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    I saw this today and am now torn between the .22 LCR and the .22 SP101. The SP101 has to be built like a tank in .22. I would definitly attempt to get another cylinder and have it bored out to .22 mag for this one. Hopefully Ruger offers that option before long.

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    Quote Originally Posted by adric22 View Post
    It holds 8 rounds.. that just about rivals most of the .22 semi-autos out there. And at least you wouldn't have to worry about jams, which are so common in the semi-autos.
    While I prefer semi-auto pistols, for rimfire calibers I agree - a revolver is the way to go.
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    Sweet. Maybe I will trade in my Ruger Mark II for one.

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    I really would like to get one of these. I love the LCR line and I was hoping they would come out with a .22LR version of the LCR. This was 7 or 8 months ago I thought that. Now look, they must have read my mind. They even brought back the SP101 in .22LR. Smart moves for Ruger. I'm really going to have to get one of these .22 LCR's.
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    I would buy a LCR .22mag in a heartbeat.
    I carry a .357mag because no one bickers about the .357mag being "enough".

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    I think I will get one for my wife.(hehe, if she doesn't like it, it's mine)

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