View Full Version : Should I Buy The Ruger LCR?
08-03-2011, 6:10 PM
Man, I got a hankering for that little pocket defender. $399.00 is tempting.
Those of you with it give me a reason, go ahead and throw some gas on the fire.
08-03-2011, 6:21 PM
Just bought one for the CCW. I like it. Shoots well. Just need to get used to the trigger.
08-03-2011, 6:39 PM
I'll sell you a brand new, unfired one for $370.. save the tax and all that stuff :)
Located in OC
The more I think about it the more I see it was the wrong gun to buy for my wife.. too lite (HD gun) and she would be happier with a SP101
08-03-2011, 6:44 PM
I'm lookin at the LCR also for CCW. Where did you find the $399 price? Lowest I can get local is $495...
08-03-2011, 6:47 PM
Got one for my wife. Good trigger, light weight for CCW. Not fun to shoot at all. Only way I can get her to practice is with 148 gr. wad cutters. Should have got a used Colt Detective Special.
08-03-2011, 6:55 PM
I picked one up a few months ago. I like it alot. I really like the hogue tamer grips, nice big trigger guard for my chubby fingers and the trigger is pretty nice.
I only have 100 rounds down the pipe. Once I'm up to 300 rounds and my holster shows up, then it may become my everyday carry.
08-03-2011, 7:44 PM
I'm not much of a wheel gun kinda buy but this one I really like. Get the .357/38 special one. :D
08-03-2011, 7:46 PM
I have this gun and I really like it. I think it is fun to shoot. It is small but mighty as it packs a wallop. It does not hurt your hand. I would not sell mine. I take this to the range as well as my Glock 17. They both serve a different purpose for me.
08-03-2011, 7:55 PM
we have one at the local fun shop...IMO, it's too light to shoot often, I'd much prefer a J Frame, it is nice and light, but I don't like the trigger guard either, it's just a bit too big for my tastes
08-03-2011, 8:47 PM
1. Everyone and their dog is gonna say its a brutal shoot w/ the full tilt stuff.
2. It's 17oz (if memory serves).
If ya can get beyond #1, #2 makes it a very easy to carry option. Easy carry is good cuz that means it's with you all the time.
I like easy.
I'll deal w/ the ouchies as needed, later. :D
i'll repeat what I said in the other thread:
"Yes, because Ruger's million gun challenge really, really, really pisses the anti's off."
08-03-2011, 11:25 PM
My brother got one and I really like it even though I've never been much of a revolver fan. Its small and lightweight, the recoil is stiff but manageable. I think it would make a great ccw piece.
08-03-2011, 11:45 PM
I've CCW'ed mine for the past 18 months or so and really like it. I have the 38 spl with horndy +P's, weights in at 15 oz loaded. I mostly pocket carry with a couple differrent holsters. I have CT grips and with plus P it will put a small bruise on the back strap of your hand, but with the hogue grip and standard pressure rounds its really pleasant to shoot. Its got an awesome trigger!
I got mine for $400 before tax when the first came out.
08-04-2011, 5:08 AM
Thanks all- Pretty much the opinions I expected.
I think it's a done deal. The LCR then a Mossberg 500.
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