Smith & Wesson Model 642 Ladysmith 38 Special Revolver with Wood Grips
Smith & Wesson 637 Performance Center 38 Special Revolver with Enhanced Action
Taurus 856 Executive Grade 38 Special DAO Revolver with 3 Inch Barrel
Smith & Wesson Model 642 38 Special J-Frame Revolver
Smith & Wesson Model 637 38 Special J-Frame Revolver
Smith & Wesson Model 642 38 Special J-Frame Revolver with No Internal Lock
Smith & Wesson MP Bodyguard 38 Special Revolver with Gray Grips (No Laser)
Smith & Wesson Model 442 38 Special J-Frame
Smith & Wesson Model 638 38 Special J-Frame Revolver
Taurus 856 38 Special Double-Action Revolver
Smith & Wesson Model 642 38 Special J-Frame Revolver with Pink Grips
Smith & Wesson Model 642 .38 Special Performance Center J-Frame Revolver with Synthetic/Wood Grips
CCI 38 Special 125 Gr FMJ Blazer Brass 50/Box
($0.50 / round)
Hornady 38 Special +P 110 gr FTX Critical Defense 25/Box
($1.00 / round)
Fiocchi 38 Special 158 gr FMJ 50/Box
($0.56 / round)
Hornady 38 Special 110 gr FTX Critical Defense 25/Box
($1.20 / round)
Federal 38 Special 158 gr LRN American Eagle 50/Box
($0.56 / round)
Federal 38 Special 110 gr Hydra-Shok JHP Personal Defense Low Recoil 20/Box
($1.50 / round)
Federal 38 Special +P 120 gr JHP Personal Defense Punch 20/Box
($1.75 / round)
Armscor 38 Special 158 gr FMJ Precision 100/Box
($0.55 / round)
Packed with the latest technological advances and features required by today’s most demanding shooters, the Ruger® LCR® is the evolution of the revolver. The Ruger® LCR® is a lightweight, small-frame revolver with a uniquely smooth trigger and highly manageable recoil.
The high-strength stainless steel cylinder is extensively fluted (reducing weight) and features an Ionbond Diamondblack finish for excellent durability. The monolithic frame, which supports the cylinder and barrel, is made from aerospace grade, 7000 series aluminum.
Picked it up for my wife and find myself carrying it more than she does.. smooth operating gun , nice and light... Great quality for the money !!
Trying to pull the trigger, cock the hammer, or open the cylinder all led to a complete jam-up occasionally, freezing the gun in a mysterious fit. Finally noticed that the screw in the front, under the barrel, which holds the fire-control frame to the grip frame, was loose. Tightened it up and now all seems fine. Have had several models of the LCR. The LCR/LCRx will carry you through whatever you encounter, have great trigger pulls -- even double action -- and are as reliable as pair of pliers. But make sure the screws are tightened!