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Which LCR grip for you?

  • Tamer grip

    Votes: 9 60.0%
  • Boot grip

    Votes: 2 13.3%
  • Other (Eagle grips or ?)

    Votes: 4 26.7%
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Discussion Starter #1 (Edited)
I ordered a spare boot grip for my replacement LCR-22 last week, and it's backordered until October 30 at the Ruger Store. Midway is carrying them also, and they are out of stock, too. A little cheaper but with higher shipping, okay if you order several items.

With well over 100,000 LCRs out there, I guess the boot grip is a hot item. The Crimson Trace grips usually get comments about being too hard for the recoil involved in the .38 and .357 models.

I keep the boot grips on both of mine, as their purpose is for CCW.
 

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I have the LCR 357 w/ct grips. I shoot 38 & 38+P right on the $ with no problems regarding recoil. When I first started shooting the LCR, I loaded 3 & left the other 2 out. Loading this way helped me get over anticipating the boom/recoil, and worked like a charm. I have not used 357 & probably won't. I'm happy with my groups using 38+P.
 

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I meant to make CT a choice, for four total. But it wouldn't let me edit the poll, or delete it and re-do.
 
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