Ccw revolvers

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    The Ruger LCR. I have 3. .38, .357, and .22LR. I just put some wood grips on my .38 since that is my primary carry gun.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tkruf View Post
    The Ruger LCR. I have 3. .38, .357, and .22LR. I just put some wood grips on my .38 since that is my primary carry gun.
    I'd like to see that LCR .38 with those wood grips if you have the time. I should have a LCR .38 soon.

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    S&W 442/642 or Ruger lcr

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    +1 on the SP101 357 mag
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    If you are going to pocket carry, then my vote goes for LCR. It slips into a pocket and feels like nothing. Great grips and great trigger make it a great shooter for the weight. Still has a little snap, but it seems like among the superlight snubbies, it's near the top for comfort. Just a thought.

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    I carry the SP101 AIWB and the LCR357 in the pocket. I also carry a 442 J-Frame in the pocket. IF I want light weight, like today I carry the LCR 357 AIWB and the 442 in the plcket.

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    Two of the most popular models right now are the Ruger LCR and S&W airweights. I had an airweight, wish I would have gotten an LCR. The ruger has a great trigger and comes with the Hogue grips. I personally thought the hogues made the gun a little too bulky but am sure they help a lot at the range. I would suggest to go ahead and get the 357. I took the cheap way and bought the .38, but when I sold it at a gun show several people passed on it because it wasn't a .357

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    S&W snubbies

    I have belt carried both a S&W 642 airweight .38 and a S&W model 66 .357 magnum. The 642 is the easiest to conceal.







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    Another vote for the .357 SP-101...for holster carry. There are some really good holsters out there for it. For pocket, I really like the shrouded hammer J-frames. Just give you another option should the situation present itself. Either are great guns...enjoy.

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    A S&W 637 or one of the heavier Chief's Specials. I like a hammer. Second choice would be a 442.

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    S&W j-frame (so many variations to choose from DAO, w/ hammer, shrouded hammer, etc.) you can easily find one that meets your needs. Also the Ruger SP101. Awesome .357 in an easy-to-carry package.

    I've got the 442 and 2.25" SP101...those two together will cover most any situation.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DC View Post
    I'd like to see that LCR .38 with those wood grips if you have the time. ...
    I'd second that request!

    One of the best things about these sorts of threads is that invariably folks start posting pics of their guns and rigs. I love it!

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    +1 on a SP101 2.25" with a Simply Rugged Silver Dollar Pancake holster.

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    I carry routinely a Taurus Model 605B (.357 Mag/.38SPL) and a Taurus Model 85CHSS (.38 SPL). Both are steel. Both are reliable and shoot well. Never had a problem with either one of them. I've only used .38SPL in the 605. I carry in a Kramer IWB.

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