Post your 38+P, .357 Magnum or .22 LCRs please.
Here are my old 38+P guns, and the new KLCR .357 Magnum.
After shooting a few .357 Magnum rounds, I'm carry back to carring 38+Ps.
Holsters are from High Noon Holsters
This is a discussion on RUGER LCR Club within the Defensive Carry Guns forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Post your 38+P, .357 Magnum or .22 LCRs please. Here are my old 38+P guns, and the new KLCR .357 Magnum. After shooting a few ...
I'm wearing my .38spl LCR at this very moment so no pictures.
Here are some pix of my wife's LCR .357 loaded with Hornady CD .38 Special. One of the best revolvers I've shot .38's out of. I've said it before in previous LCR discussions .357 is not much fun.
I told her about them, but she actually wanted to go with all black. I have no complaints about that!
Well, these things all look alike but here's mine. I've installed an XS Sight since I took the photo. These LCRs really grow on you.
LCR 38. I also have the lcr-22 that I bought yesterday.
I have shot at least 2500 rounds of 357 from my LCR and 500 38+P. Some of the 357s were nasty but, the ones that are Designated as Self Defense Rounds seam to be a little milder.
No pics, but y'all know what a .38 LCR with CT Lasergrips looks like.
The more good folks carry guns, the fewer shots the crazies can get off.
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Usual carry - Ruger SP101 .357 DAO snub + LCR .38
Starting to get that feeling that my wallet might shrink pretty soon.
I think guns are like insurance. I would rather have it and not need it than need it and not have it.
Hi y'all. I'm in the club; .357-style.
I like the look & feel of the gun; the trigger feels great. I just need to get better doing the one thing it's supposed to do -- shoot straight. I'm comfortable with my accuracy using my SR9c. And I know a snubby is a tough gun to shoot, especially when you're anticipating .357 recoil. But even with 38sp, I'm not much better. I'm mostly low, no matter how high I hold the sights or whatever else I try.
I'm pretty frustrated with myself. I'm sure it's my fault, not the gun's fault. But as much as I want to love the gun, I just haven't earned it yet.
I'll keep plugging away...I'll get there some day.
Southchatham: Assuming you've gotten to shoot it, what's your experience with the LCR22's trigger? I've read good and bad things about it. I wouldn't mind getting my wife a .22 revolver if I can find one with a decent trigger pull.
Thanks very much in advance.
Glock 26 XD9sc
Ruger SR9c Ruger LCP