I'm curious to know if anyone is using a LCR in 327 fed mag as their concealed carry choice? Pro's ... Con's ...
Pros: If you have it and it works, why not?I'm curious to know if anyone is using a LCR in 327 fed mag as their concealed carry choice? Pro's ... Con's ...
Your second point is absolutely true, but on the first point: don't you wear pants?Cons: I can't conceal a revolver. So I don't.
Seriously, everyone needs to choose the carry gun that suits them
I can't fit a revolver in the pockets of the pants I choose to wear. I can fit a small semi-auto in them. That's one reason I choose to not carry a revolver.Your second point is absolutely true, but on the first point: don't you wear pants?
The LCR327 is the same frame as my LCR357 and it conceals great in the pocket with a Desantis Nemesis. The extra round of the 327 would be nice but I prefer the ammo diversity and availability of 38/357 - for me.
The 327 LCR has been a great choice for me. Loaded with 32 H&R mag hollow points. However, I will warn you with Mr arty showing up you won't want to shoot it with the 100 gr 327 fed mag rounds in it. My dad who is 79 shot mine and it was a bit much for him. Only because of the size and weight.pretty interesting info from you guys.
Years ago, I gave a guy this ammo as I got it my mistake.
He'd just bought a Ruger Single Six in .32 and I thought it quite
These days, it seems that the .327 LCR is the talk of the town.
Me, with my bad back that limits me from carrying heavy guns..
and an arm in a sling from a recent injury.
My aging hands seem softer each year as Arty also shows up as well.
I've read in the past that the .327 is great for the elderly and infirm..
those who have problems with recoil.
My last .38+P LCR was unpleasant for me with any load I shot through it..
so I might be a good candidate for the .327