I was all set to buy an LCR....

I was all set to buy an LCR....

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    I was all set to buy an LCR....

    ...but then my eyes caught on fire.

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    Preparing for the Zombie Apocalypse or Rapture....whichever comes first.


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    They have ones without those grips, you know?
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    I have seen other small handguns with pink and other colored grips as well. At first I thought "What?" but it actually makes good business sense. Women do buy these. Or at least ENOUGH women buy them to make it worth it.
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    That is so...

    ...what a great deal!...

    ...gay.

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    Ghetto fabulous!!!

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    I was really surprised when my wife didn't want a pink gun for her EDC.

    Instead she picked out a normal set of black CT's on her 642. She does want pink furniture for her AR. :)

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    Check out a Walther PPS.

    They're very small, uber accurate and reliable with all ammo you feed them.

    Will you have to spend more money for a top tier pistol like the Walther? Yes.

    Is it worth it? Yes, it's a real military caliber that is effective -- the 9mm.

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    as long as it doesn't match your shirt and no one knows you at the range you fine
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    Quote Originally Posted by ExactlyMyPoint View Post
    ...but then my eyes caught on fire.

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    That looks like a cross between a small revolver and something you take for indigestion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wmhawth View Post
    That looks like a cross between a small revolver and something you take for indigestion.
    OK, I had to laugh at that one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Coltman 77 View Post
    Check out a Walther PPS.

    They're very small, uber accurate and reliable with all ammo you feed them.

    Will you have to spend more money for a top tier pistol like the Walther? Yes.

    Is it worth it? Yes, it's a real military caliber that is effective -- the 9mm.

    .38spl is a plenty effective caliber. Our military used it for many years before switching to something really effective- the .45ACP. Now they use 9mm for capacity, as well as being a lighter, and less expensive round.

    Given the choice, I would pick a .38spl over a 9mm any day. And there are a lot of people that would agree.

    I just don't see much point in a 9mm that holds less than 15rnds. That is the advantage of the 9mm pistol- almost double the capacity in a pistol just slightly larger than a .45.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RevolvingMag View Post
    Given the choice, I would pick a .38spl over a 9mm any day. And there are a lot of people that would agree.
    Yeah... I don't know about all that... The .38 special is a plenty effective around but I don't know know if I would pick it over a 9mm "any day" (and this is coming from a guy that is eagerly awaiting the delivery of the LCR in .38 that he just ordered from CDNN). I think one or the other is chosen for different reasons - not because one is better than the other.
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    It seems the small autos are more problematic than the snub noses. I am looking for a pocket CCW for the days I can't do IWB such as some professional settings that my g19 would print too much.

    I am looking at both right now. As far as rounds the .38 or 9 are fine. I don't have an issue with .380's if it works for a person.


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    I handled a LCR at a gun show, fully intending on purchasing one down the road. But to be honest, it didn't feel right in my hand, not near as good as the S&W 642. I didn't care for how my fingers fit behind the trigger guard. Now I'm back to searching again.
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