Digging the LCR .22LR


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marano35
March 10, 2013, 12:56 PM
When Ruger first introduced the LCR in .38 and .357 I was not impressed. I have since read good things about them but still would not really want one. However when they came out with it in .22 that was enough to peak my interest. I picked one up the other day and the more I shoot it the more I like it. Groups well and very close to point of aim. I am still not happy with the direction that Ruger has gone since the old man died and this gun is far from what I have come to expect from Ruger during my lifetime. I own more Rugers than any other brand of firearm and most of mine are dated fifteen years or so in the past. I like this gun and it will serve its purpose if it holds up. I only have about two hundred rounds thru it so we will see. I sure am glad that I came along at a time when Ruger was what it was when I started buying them, circa 1977.

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TennJed
March 10, 2013, 06:53 PM
I love mine. Super fun gun to shoot

JERRY
March 11, 2013, 05:31 PM
i have an LCR-22. it is what it is but what it aint is: not a better trigger than other .22 revolvers, ruger sights for the LCRs dont work worth a flip for the .22 with regards to POA/POI.

considering the price, my gun is adequate and i find it no better than a current production Charter Arms pathfinder.

CoRoMo
March 11, 2013, 05:43 PM
I got the pair (38/22) for the wife. They are awesome little revolvers. I want a pair for myself!

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