Ruger LCR

  1. Wheelgun Wisdom: Why Your Next Revolver Should be a 9mm

    Wheelgun Wisdom: Why Your Next Revolver Should be a 9mm

    Taking a cartridge made for automatic handguns and shoving it into a revolver is nothing new and the most practical and popular by far has been using the 9mm.
  2. 5 Critical Questions That Make Buying (and Carrying) the Right Handgun Stress-Free

    5 Critical Questions That Make Buying (and Carrying) the Right Handgun Stress-Free

    Buying a gun, especially a handgun for concealed carry, can be intimidating for new guns owners but it doesn’t have to be. All you have to do is ask yourself a few pointed questions to take the guess and stress out of selecting and carrying your new handgun! Here are Five Critical Questions that will make buying and carrying the right...
  3. 5 Great J-Frame Options for Concealed Carry

    5 Great J-Frame Options for Concealed Carry

    The designation J-Frame is technically an S&W term for a particular revolver frame size. The J-Frame moniker has evolved and grown and now become a term meaning small revolver in general. The J-Frame has become synonymous with snub nose revolver. Revolvers are still competent carry guns and offer shoots a small, but superbly powerful carry option. Revolvers are still incredibly...
  4. Pocket Rocket Battle: SIG P365 vs Ruger LCR

    Pocket Rocket Battle: SIG P365 vs Ruger LCR

    It's a pocket rocket battle and today, we're taking a look at two guns that may be extremely different in design, but are also similar in a lot of ways: the Sig P365 vs Ruger's LCR. Obviously, one gun is a revolver and the other is a pistol, so what exactly could they have in common? Well, before we start...
  5. From SHOT Show 2019: Ruger’s New .357 Revolvers

    From SHOT Show 2019: Ruger’s New .357 Revolvers

    I have a soft spot in my heart for revolvers, that will likely never change. Whenever a new revolver is announced or even just a new edition, my ears get hot, and I have to track it down. Ruger makes a few of my favorites, especially for concealed carry. This year they are displaying two new takes on two older...

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