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I like the SP101 4.2". Adjustable sights and a service length barrel on a frame compact enough for CC, and it's tough enough for the trail.
 

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LCR-.357 mag, love it and carry it daily. Very concealable, light weight and accurate for a snub.
 

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I would have to agree with VA27.

The SP is small enough to conceal and big enough to handle the magnum loads.
 

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I vote the SP101 3.06" as the best balance between concealability & accuracy. All of the SP101 .357 Magnums are great revolvers, though. You really can't make a bad choice.
 

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I vote the SP101 3.06" as the best balance between concealability & accuracy. All of the SP101 .357 Magnums are great revolvers, though. You really can't make a bad choice.
I agree.
 

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I have often heard the SP 101three inch described as a "trail gun" I chose it for CC. I didn't realize how much company I had!
 

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I'm going to go diansaur on you & suggest looking for a nice 4" Security Six. I think that's one of the best .357s Ruger has ever come up with. It's not as concealable in summer when minimal clothing is worn, but for every other season it's a good choice!
Let us know what you decide!
Frank
 

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How about a security or service or speed six. Very nice revolvers. You would have to buy used though.
 

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+1 for SP101 in 3".
GP 100 is a fine revolver, its my next gun. But it'll be my home defense and range gun.
 

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I dont have an SP, but i would say that would be what you want, the LCR is great for cc, but accuracy ???, what distance are you talking about ?
The LCR is great very short range, 15 ft or so.
I also have the GP, great for accuracy, but not so much for cc.
 
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