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This is a discussion on lcr? within the Defensive Carry Guns forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; the trigger in itself is a good enough excuse and the reason that my wife got one. The trigger design is sweet for a snubby. ...

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    the trigger in itself is a good enough excuse and the reason that my wife got one. The trigger design is sweet for a snubby. She had a hard time with the other DAO snubs, but the trigger on the lcr is THE reason she bought it. Im not a snubby guy myself but I would have to go with the 357 lcr if I was.
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    There is a huge following for the LCR on this forum. And yes, I am included in that following. I love my LCR.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TX expat View Post
    It's a gun; isn't that reason enough to own one


    If you want it.. that is all the justification you need....

    Go forth and buy it and don't look back young man
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    It's a Ruger...and it has a great trigger. That's TWO reasons for you. Good Luck making your call.
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    I liked the gun but my intent was a pocket gun so I went with the S&W 638. It is not as thick or long so it hides well. I also have a 637 S&W but it has a 2.5" barrel and is best IWB and not a s a pocket gun. I think I would have to go with the LCR for a 357 as it does have a better grip size for the follow-up shot control.
    As already stated, and I could not agree more, if it fits your hand- it's a Ruger, what more do you need.
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    I really like my .38 special LCR. Its very light, and I use it for pocket carry sometimes. Recoil isn't bad at all with the fat rubber grip on there. I've had no problems with mine at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VBVAGUY View Post
    1. Light weight
    2. Nice DAO trigger pull
    3. Its a gun
    4. You can never have to many guns


    Merry Christmas and God Bless
    Ditto. I got one in .38spl for my wife to carry. She originally had a S&W 642, but the trigger was too heavy for her to reliably shoot. The LCR has an amazingly smooth, light trigger for a DAO revolver.

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    Light, Smooth and very accurate for a Snubbie.

    Add a HN holster or other quality holster and go forth well armed.

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