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  1. I’m going to keep an open mind until I can try one out. I’m already heavily invested in Advantage Arms kits and I’m very happy with them. However they can be ammo sensitive.
  2. How does $399 for a used range rental sound? High or not
  3. Thanks for the responses. I too have the 5 1/2 incher still with the original wood. I’m working it in a little more each range session. A few more rounds each time. I’m still shooting Armscor cowboy loads.
  4. do the decelerators affect your trigger reach much?
  5. If a person has such a device or weapon can that person make a photo copy of his stamp and take that with him while he is transporting his particular device? Will that suffice as proof?
  6. Finally got to try out an LCR. The trigger was as others have said “light but takes getting used to”. I was shooting 158gr Federal .38 special. Was able to shoot quickly and keep a decent group at 10 yards. The big trigger guard is kind of in the way. Maybe not a deal breaker.
  7. Yeah, if I can hit the trifecta which is: in stock, my price and I have the money I’ll probably get the LCR. Thanks for the replies.
  8. I'm really interested in the LCR in .38 special but I can't find one locally to rent. The closest comparison I have found to rent has been the Body Guard and I liked it. I was surprised at how easy it was to shoot well. It felt good in my hand as I was able to get my other three fingers on the grip and I didn't have to fidget between shots to re-grip. I currently own a SW637 and after 1000 dry and live fires I don't shoot it nearly as well. To anyone with experience how similar are the LCR and the Body Guard?
  9. +1 I’m from Kentucky too. I have been curious about this as well.
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