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    New Ruger 9mm LCR

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    Hm, I Love Rugers. Smoother around the edges than the S&W's I think. I have a GP100 and love it. Wanted to get an SP101 but never cared for SS finish. I have a lot of 9mm, so Looks like this may be my next wheel gun...... Love to test shoot it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zdiver1 View Post
    Damn: I wasn't going to buy any more handguns.
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    Nice!!! I still want that gun in .357.

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    My LCR's .38 trigger action was so smooth but heavy. I miss that gun. Im interested in the 9mm version as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ebbanflood View Post
    Nice!!! I still want that gun in .357.
    I have one, I love this little revolver! The .357's are a handful though... Lots of black bears roaming around up here... Need to be prepared.
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    I have a Ruger .45 as well as the LCR and LCP. Love all of them. None are pretty. Ruger doesn't do "pretty". They design and build guns for their intended purpose. Been a PO for thirty years and IMO Rugers are the toughest, most dependable duty and off duty hand guns available. Kind of a working man's gun not for the collector or the neophyte. You carry a Ruger because you actually anticipate having to use it someday.

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