I am looking at small frame lightweight revolvers for concealed carry. The S&W 642, the S&W Bodyguard 38, and the Ruger LCR series all appear to be very suitable choices, either with or without a Laser, so it looks like it would be hard to go 'wrong' with any of them. The one I keep coming back to is the LCR chambered in .327 Fed. Mag. It is actually the priciest of the bunch, but a revolver that size with six shots is sure attractive, especially when I can run loads from .32 S&W, through .32 S&W Long and .32 H&R Magnum, up to the relatively hot .327 Fed. Mag. While NOT easy to find, I have looked and found ammo in all four calibers available to me. It would mean a new set (or two?) of reloading dies and components, but that would not be the first time I had to expand that end of the hobby. Those options seem to point to both some easy shooting practice rounds and some suitable snub nose defensive loads. Does anyone have an LCR .327 and how do you like it? Thanks for taking the time to share your experience.