The Ruger LCR 9mm is about the same size as the Ruger LC9s semi-auto, which holds three more rounds and delivers less felt recoil.
These days I only use standard pressure stuff in the snubbie j frames. It seems like shield/glock 43 outperforms on every measure and is cheaper and easier to carry too. Just don’t. I have the LCR in the .357 variety, and that thing is downright painful when shooting magnum loads…. Never had a crip jump. Most revolver ammo has a strong crimp to keep this from happening.
For more than 70 years, Ruger has been a model of corporate and community I also feel the additional weight is added for a good reason.
While I normally carry, and prefer, higher cap pistols, for CC and SD purposes it’s hard to go wrong with the LCR’s. ), where 9mm/127 grain loads show much smaller charge weights (6 to 9 grains; with the smaller case, the 9mm CAN be more efficient; again, depending on the load). Del, are you saying that the Winchester 127 9mm+P+ round weights more, is moving faster, and yet has less recoil than the .357magnum round you fired?
Right now I have the 158 grain hp’s in mine. I have shot thousands of rounds through this gun with no problems once you finde the right ammo. I wish Ruger would make a full size 6 or 7 shot version with a 4″ barrel in 357. I’d like to know the brand, load name, and “model code” (from the box) identifying each load, as that .357 looks surprisingly slow for the bullet weight listed (maybe it’s a low-recoil load?). Both rounds were intended to use in revolvers so that you didn’t have to use the clips. It lacks the grace of an all metal revolver, but the fit and finish are certainly functional. Love the moon clips. I have the LCR9mm and have fallen in love with it. E.g Buffalo Bore advertises this for their hardcasts, and also mention Barnes positively: https://www.buffalobore.com/index.php?l=product_list&c=170. Fiber Optic front sight is worth the $. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. On runs, it goes in a small cross body bag.
Overall Length: 6.50” Not to mention that I have so many choices of ammo and so much already in stock because of other guns I own.
I also have way more options for ammo in both brand, size, and load. .45 auto rim gave people that owned surplus 1917 Smiths and Colts an ammo option that didn’t use the clips. It shoots extremely well, once you get through the learning curve. It’s pretty much all of them. Those the LSWCHPs? Ruger SR1911 9mm Luger 4.25in Rose Gold Pistol - 9+1 Rounds. Nope, .361. I was teaching a friend some basic handgun shooting. Control and confident handling of the Ruger LC9 are accomplished through reduced recoil and aggressive frame checkering for a positive grip in all conditions. The front sight is a standard snub nose blade and tipped with a little white rectangle. I find that the SP101 snub nose with a spurless hammer carriers just about the same as the LCR, but you do need to have a good belt & tighten it good with the extra weight. Not a hi-cap 9, but it is with me every day. Even 115-grain loads tend to slap the palm a bit. Plus the extra weight should just about eliminate bullets jumping crimp. I had to pull again to fire the next chamber after that.
I still feel this revolver is light enough for near anyone to carry without complaint. LCR ® Monolithic frame is made from aerospace-grade, 7000-series aluminum in.22 LR,.22 Magnum and.38 Special models and from 400-series stainless steel in the powerful.357 Magnum, 9mm Luger and.327 Federal Magnum models. In fact, it weighs .1 ounce more than the .357 Magnum variant. A 1 pound 357 Magnum is not for me to shoot with full bore ammo. Capacity: 5 Had a similar experience with my J-frame using 158g LSWCHP +P loads. I have Ken Nul shoulder holster to go under a summer shirt to wear this summer it should fit the bill just fine. A harder push, but not for as long. They sent two new boxes and said they tested as weak crimp. I just couldn’t retrain myself to shoot that trigger quickly without risking compromising my Glock technique, which is what my work pistol is, and the one I am more likely to end up firing in a messy situation. What size pockets do you have? Want some of them or a .357 equivalent for my 2.5″ 66. Most of the power of a lighter 357 load with higher capacity. Yes, the bullets do crimp jump. Mostly 115g but also a box of 147 Winchester T all with no problems. The grip itself is actually comfortable when it comes to shooting, but I can’t stand a hanging pinky. Stings a bit.
It may better be described as “snappy” rather than painful.
Not just the foot pounds but the speed at which it ignites. That should help.
“Holster wear won’t be a worry because it’s already ugly.”, Have LCR 38 special when they first came out.
I like weird guns. I have videod muzzle flash in total darkness with most of my handguns and was surprised not to find a huge fireball with the .357’s from the LCR; I had never fired it in total darkness and I was expecting a blinding flash that never occurred. The LCR in 38/357/327 are all probably five-star guns. 1st world problems. What I really hated was three hundred rounds in that little white rectangle on the front sight popped off and disappeared as I rapid fired the gun. I pocket carry some but mostly keep it in a drawer. The LCR DAO trigger is the DAO trigger all production guns should aim to achieve. Mousegun Addict did some great chrono work as well. I love the trigger and shooting a snubby is always a fun challenge. Another ammunition issue is this thing does not like steel or aluminum cased ammo. But has the recoil or my LCR 357 with 125s. Diligent and frequent practice and this gun will shine with fast accurate head shots at 10 yds. The trigger aids greatly in accurately firing this bad boy.
The stock rubber grips are wide and pretty good at displacing the recoil throughout your whole hand. I’ve included a link here if you want to take a look. I’ve never had to readjust my grip, even with +P loads. Which, um… don’t try the 180gr hard cast from a snubby.
A .357 or .327 is a better choice for a revolver. I was already pretty positive I wanted a Ruger LCR, for all intents and purposes they have been credited as well made, affordably priced revolvers. innovative firearms. I’ve found the SpeedBeez clips to be very difficult to work with.
SP101’s are marvelous. Sturm, Ruger & Co., Inc. is one of the nation's leading manufacturers of 9mm +P max SAAMI pressure is 38,500 psi, or 10% higher than .357 Magnum. The answer to the first question is simply because I wanted it.
Had an LCR .357. >> But honestly, if you feel the need for buffalo bores you should probably be carrying a .357. I give this gun a Big 5 STAR rating. THAT could be a disaster. High-strength stainless steel cylinder, featuring a PVD finish for excellent durability, is extensively fluted, reducing weight. Early production LCRs in.38 Special (lower right) had plain … It really is a pleasant gun to shoot and carry. I contacted Blazer and they said, send it back. High-strength stainless steel cylinder, featuring a PVD finish for excellent durability, is extensively fluted, reducing weight. If you disassemble the two loads and weigh the charges, and the .357 has twice as much powder as the 9mm, then it can change the recoil calculation by a significant amount, even to where the 9mm could have up to 5% less recoil, in some cases. The Ruger ® LCR ® is a lightweight, small-frame revolver with a uniquely smooth trigger and highly manageable recoil. My airweight j frame had a bullet walk out and bind the cylinder. It’s too light a revolver to be consistent with shooting 9mm ammo with the bullet crimp jump for a defensive situation and it’s too small to be a plinker. with my arthritic hands, I can still shoot this round accurately and with minimal pain.
At 15 yards I could still hit clay pigeons on the berm with ease. Lower felt recoil may have something to do with the recoil impulse. The majority of my handguns and a few rifles are 9mm, so it makes sense economically. Barrel: 1.87” Also, buy a 10-pack of SpeedBeez moonclips (solid, no cut between rounds) with their unloading tool and breakage will become far less frequent. Replaceable, pinned ramp front sight with white bar.
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This load out of my LCRx clocks the same as Win 158+p out of my 4inch model 10. I load buffalo bore in my .38 k frame when I’m tramping around in the woods. I have SP101’s & the LCR in.357 Mag & both are great. If I want a 9mm revolver, I’ll get a S&W, a Ruger Blackhawk, or a used SP101. Probably would have been happier with a LC9s if they had been out at that time. Get use to this gun and recoil is very manageable. .38Spl: 868 fps. rugged, reliable firearms for the commercial sporting market. I keep an LCR in .357 in the drawer at work (locked up real tight in the desk with my office door locked when I’m not there) and I have full faith in it. When I would let the trigger out, it would make a discernible click.
Ahhh. To solve the pinky finger issue, try our no finger groove tamer grip.
My LCR 357 (early one) has a 9 lb trigger pull and is much easier to “short stroke” than my newer LCRx with a 10lb pull and heavier trigger return. OUT OF STOCK (52) Ruger 5450 LCR 5RD 357MAG/38SP +P 1.87" OUT OF STOCK (15) Ruger 5435 LCRx Matte Double Action .22 LR (LR) 3 8 Black Hogu. in America, Ruger offers consumers almost 800 variations of more than 40 product See individual spec sheets for model specific features. I prefer the speed strips for the reload. My EDC gun is the LCR in .327 Federal – 6shots of a fairly effective load (1500fps), laser grips, light, reliable with all of the ammo I have tried in it (headspace on a rimmed case allows a serious crimp on the bullet), compact when carried in a DeSantis Belt Slide holster, and I pack an extra 8 rounds in an IHL flat belt pouch with a TuffStrip.
The LCR has a spartan appearance.
It handles well, carries like a dream with my Alien Gear holster, and reloading is fast and easy. The other polymer revolver, the Smith & Wesson BODYGUARD 38 weighs 14.3 ounces.
Holster wear won’t be a worry because it’s already ugly. When fired, the steel case expands and gets stuck in the chamber.
Style: * * * “If GLOCK made a revolver it would be the LCR.” I never would have thought of it like that, but it seems to fit this gun pretty well. Buffalo bore makes, or did last I checked, a load in .38 and .357. Yes, I also have the Blackhawk convertible as well.
There are lighter revolvers shooting .357. You have convinced me that moon-clip 9mm revolvers are not a good choice.
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