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This past April a UPS-type truck ran into my car (his fault,) leaving me with an arm that doesn't quite go straight anymore. The hand is also a little bit weaker and there's still some numbness (although still getting better.) I came to the realization that I will have to learn to shoot with a wonky arm, or I'm going to have to learn to shoot with my weak side. So I bought a SP101 .22 because my house gun is the .357 version.

I'm shooting lots and having fun and am pretty sure that by Spring I'll be shooting centerfire ammo again just fine.

While my house gun is an SP101, my carry gun, is a S&W 642. I'm wondering how the LCR .22 would work as a 642 companion practice gun. I know the trigger will be different. What about grip angle? Good idea or am I just looking for an excuse to buy another gun? :confused: :)
 

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Since it would be for practice with a S&W, maybe you should also use a .22 S&W? The grip feel and trigger action would be much more the same than if you had two different makers.

The Model 317, 43C, and 351PD are their snub .22LR revolvers, IIRC.

Having a companion gun helps a lot. I have LCRs in .357 and .22.
 
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