Ruger LCR w/CT Laser Grip

Ruger LCR w/CT Laser Grip

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    Ruger LCR w/CT Laser Grip

    I was at a new gun shop this weekend and they had one there. I could not believe how light that thing was and it felt great. Anyways the local price is about $80 higher then the gunbroker price. I ordered one off GB and it shipped today. Now the holster hunt begins. :)




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    May I ask what price you paid? and congrats... I fired 5 rounds from one, and I wasn't too keen on it... just not used the kick of a .38... but I'd give it another go.

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    I paid $650 with FFL costs. I know the little light guns are not fun to shoot but in a self defense situation hopefully you will not be shooting to many. I doubt I will carry this gun and if I do it will be a backup but it just seems like a nice addition to the stable. I just can't explain it.

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    No reason to explain! You wanted it and you got it. Good enough for me!

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    Very Nice wheel gun...
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    I recently got one. I rented a 442 and LCR and liked the LCR trigger better and it has a pinned front sight / XS Big Dot will be available soon for it, plus it was like $40 cheaper...Winner Winner Chicken Dinner.

    If your looking for a pocket holster the Desantis Nemesis and Superfly work great with it.

    I got it as a bug, but I have already on a couple of occasions just grabbed it and tossed it in my front pocket and ran out the door.

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    Congrats on the LCR purchase. My wife loves hers and she loves it even more now that she has learned how to properly grip a J-frame sized gun.

    This is the video that showed my wife how to best grip the LCR:

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    Watch the middle of the video.
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    I have a M85 Taurus and a Ruger LCP. I keep the M85 next to my bed but it is not +p rated. My plan is to put the LCR next to the bed. This will be my first laser so I have some training to do. :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by gglass View Post
    Congrats on the LCR purchase. My wife loves hers and she loves it even more now that she has learned how to properly grip a J-frame sized gun.

    This is the video that showed my wife how to best grip the LCR:

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    Watch the middle of the video.
    Cool. Has anyone used the snubbie grip shown in the video?

    I just tried it and clearly it allows you to put a tighter grip on the gun, can't wait to try it at the range.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Landor View Post
    I paid $650 with FFL costs. I know the little light guns are not fun to shoot but in a self defense situation hopefully you will not be shooting to many. I doubt I will carry this gun and if I do it will be a backup but it just seems like a nice addition to the stable. I just can't explain it.
    You got a very good price. I sell the Ruger LCR 38 SPL model with Crimson grips for $608.22 + tranfer fee, normally $30.00.

    With Houge Grips, $430.35 + transfer fee.
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    I wanted an LCR with laser so bad when I first saw them on the Ruger website. I couldn't find one anywhere when they were first out and I ended up buying a S&W 442 because they were readily available. I still love the LCR. Ruger makes great products. Let us know how you like it when it comes in and you get a chance to carry and fire it.

    I liked the revolver grip video too. Very helpful!! Thanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SIGP250 View Post
    You got a very good price. I sell the Ruger LCR 38 SPL model with Crimson grips for $608.22 + tranfer fee, normally $30.00.

    With Houge Grips, $430.35 + transfer fee.
    When you say X price + transfer fee, that includes shipping?

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    +1 on the new purchase. They look like an awesome BUG or EDC.

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    Any Ruger LCR holster from High Noon.

    I was going to post my HN Review on Wed, but this is a good place:

    Enjoy!

    High Noon Holster Review- RUGER LCR

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    how to best grip the LCR

    Quote Originally Posted by gglass View Post
    Congrats on the LCR purchase. My wife loves hers and she loves it even more now that she has learned how to properly grip a J-frame sized gun.

    This is the video that showed my wife how to best grip the LCR:

    Tiles with Categories

    Watch the middle of the video.
    Thanks for this post. I just bought the LCR, and did not do well at the range, I am anxious to try this out. Practice firing, it feels good using his grip method.

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