Here are my two carry snubbies

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    Here are my two carry snubbies

    Top one is my Ruger LCR and lower is my Old S&W 37 Airweight with factory bobbed hammer.The LCR gets most of the holster time now a days.
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    How do you like the LCR. Haven't even been able to find in a store to check out.
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    What things does the Ruger do better than the Smith?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ICTsnub View Post
    What things does the Ruger do better than the Smith?
    +1 on that Q.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TWO GUNS View Post
    Top one is my Ruger LCR and lower is my Old S&W 37 Airweight with factory bobbed hammer.The LCR gets most of the holster time now a days.
    Very nice, I encourage you to add them to this thread! http://www.defensivecarry.com/vbulle...ie-thread.html

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    Nice pair of snubbies; a bit of both the old and the new.

    I am still awaiting my first opportunity to handle an LCR. No hurry, really, as I rarely need anything smaller than my SP101 snubbies. My Airweight J usually lives in the safe.

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    Nice! Everyone should have at least one snubbie.

    From your profile pic, it looks like someone ordered the 'wrong' thing.
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    Sorry,not feeling the love for the plastic revolvers.

    My airweight is light enough for my needs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ICTsnub View Post
    What things does the Ruger do better than the Smith?

    I love my S&Ws, easy to work on the actions, but the LCR doesn't need anything done to the action.

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    The LCR has a way better trigger and is more accurate than all my S&W's.The felt recoil on the Ruger is much softer than all my Airweight J frames.The Ruger also has better sights and weighs less.The Ruger is a keeper.But don't worry I am still keeping the J-frame as it is a better pocket gun than the Ruger because the Ruger is a bit bigger. I just love snubbies.
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    Quote Originally Posted by retsupt99 View Post
    Nice! Everyone should have at least one snubbie.

    From your profile pic, it looks like someone ordered the 'wrong' thing.
    I just don't get it.
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    I like 'em both.

    I just need to handle one of the Rugers, but can't find one locally.

    I must say I find it a bit "different" looking, but that is not a bad thing in itself.

    Congrats!

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    very n ice....

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    What do you carry them in...holster-wise?

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    The Ruger is growing on me slowly, Glad you like um though!
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