Re: Range Report - Ruger LCR 38
Short barreled revolvers are some of the most difficult handguns to master, esp. shooting double action. Short sight radius, long trigger pull and snappy recoil make these, as a general rule, NO fun to shoot. Excellent defensive handgun when mastered, but never much fun to plink cans with.
I carry a S&W 642 daily as a BUG. I love it. I can empty a cylinder into one ragged hole at 7yds, but after a box of rounds, I'm done with it for a while. After only 5 +P rounds, I'm ready to shoot something else!
We have a Ruger LCR for one of our range rentals.....it sees ALOT of use and I have yet to see it fail. Normally, they do not last long in the case and on occasion batches sell even before they get put in the case. Excellent gun IMO, and great report too, thanks for sharing!