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If using +P loads in the LCR.
How bad is the recoil on the.
You ask about recoil and "how bad" it is.
Felt recoil is very subjective, people Эллиптический тренажер Funfit 383 the impulse differently so it's very hard to tell how you react to the recoil.
I have a Model 60.
In my Model 637 I use BB.
I would have zero interest in discharging.
I have a new SP101 3"bbl.
I've shot 357 magnums and 38spl through it.
The magnums are certainly a handful, but manageable.
The more I shoot them, the better my grip becomes, and the better my grip, the less I feel the recoil.
I can actually hit what I'm aiming at now That said, I am working up some 38+P loads in the magnum brass, and I should be testing some of those this weekend.
Seems like a logical compromise.
I have a LCR357.
Full house 357 is a eye opening experience.
I shot a lot of mid range 357 self defense type Ammo.
It wasn't too bad.
I quit shooting the 357 Ammo and started practicing with 38 and 38+P.
I would go with the 357 gun if you want to shoot a lot of 38s and some 357 mid range.
My 5 is a big guy and 357 wasn't too hard on him.
The 5 loaded is easy to carry in most pockets and excelant in the belt.
I would get the 357 mag and avoid running anything bigger than 38+p in it.
J-Frame's are already unpleasant to shoot.
No use making it worse 5 it has to be.
I'll shoot it enough to get familiar with the gun and get a feel for how it handles, but it stops there because it's just not fun.
My wife feels the same way about the LCR -- only enough to get familiar with it.
I have owned my KLCR in 357 for a few years now and with the hard laser grips I find it really fun to shoot!
I have fired everything up to full tilt H110 158g loads they are enlightening and hundreds of Power Pistol 158g reloads that are a chronographed 1100 FPS from the LCR with no pain.
I can shoot 100 of those rounds as far as I can load them and have a great time.
My carry ammo is Remington 125g Golden Saber and it's very easy shooting.
Anyone who tells you.
I am a good one to ask.
I went shooting with a friend who has the 357 LCR.
Shooting 38's out of it was NBD.
I liked the gun a lot.
We are both tall guys with big hands, but we could control it easily.
A few weeks later my LGS had a used 38 +P LCR for a good price.
I brought in a couple of pistols I didn't want anymore and traded for it.
When I took it to the shooting range I was very surprised.
I could not control it well enough to hit the side of a barn.
It smacked my hand around like a rented mule.
The little round spot on the back of the grip made my hand bleed after only 30 5 or so.
The extra four ounces that the 357 weighs make a HUGE difference.
I was flabbergasted that only four ounces could make such a big difference.
I asked some advice here on the board and was steered towards larger grips.
I bought a set of the ones that normally go on the LCRx.
Adding the longer grips solved my problem.
When my friend and I went shooting again with both of the LCR's, we could both control either one of them just fine.
So my recommendation would be to go with the 357 version.
If shooting 357's is not to your liking, just shoot 38's out of it.
I personally found that the extremely light weight of the 38 version made it difficult and painful to shoot though that might be due to me having very large hands.
I am a good one to ask.
I went shooting with a friend страница has the 357 LCR.
https://sekretlady.ru/100/marker-marvy-mar482c1.html 38's out of it was NBD.
I liked the gun a lot.
We are both tall guys with big hands, but we could control it easily.
A few weeks later my LGS had a used 38 +P LCR for a good price.
I brought in a couple of pistols I didn't want 5 and traded for it.
When I took it to the shooting range I was very surprised.
I could not control it well enough to hit the side of a barn.
It smacked my hand around like a rented mule.
The little round spot on the back of the grip made my hand bleed after only 30 rounds or so.
The extra four ounces that the 357 weighs make a HUGE difference.
I was flabbergasted that only four ounces could make such a big difference.
I asked some advice here on the board and was steered towards larger grips.
I bought a set of the ones that normally go on the LCRx.
Adding the longer grips solved my problem.
When my friend and I went shooting again with both of the LCR's, we could both control either one of them just fine.
So my recommendation would be to go with the 357 version.
If shooting 357's is not to your liking, just shoot 38's out of it.
I personally found that the extremely light weight of the 38 version made it difficult and painful to shoot though that might be due to me having very large hands.
At 5 with the.
The LCR 38 is slightly smaller and lighter but certainly doesn't help in shooting it.
But the power difference between these two cartridges are greater than either size of https://sekretlady.ru/100/kuler-ventilyator-dlya-lenovo-ideapad-300-15ibr.html />The whole design of the LCR is to reduce recoil.
The grip has an extra gel insert узнать больше здесь help with felt recoil.
When I carry I load up Winchester 145 gr silver tips.
It's a load that you will feel but for me it's manageable and for SD it's great.
You will feel it but in a defense situation you won't feel it.
Get the 357 so you have the option and shoot 38's in it if you приокльно))))))) Лоток кабельный листовой DKC USM610ZL 100 х 1000 х 6000 мм реально shoot mags.
If you get one I would tell you to look at a Kusiak IWB holster it's what I use and it's a fantastic holster for the LCRget the canted IWB.
I have owned my KLCR in 357 for a few years now Харт-Дэвис Адам Вся психология в 50 with the hard laser grips I find it really fun to shoot!
I have fired everything up to full tilt H110 158g loads they are enlightening and hundreds of Power Pistol 158g reloads that are a chronographed 1100 FPS from the LCR with no pain.
I can shoot 100 of those rounds as far as I can load them and have a great time.
My carry ammo is Remington 125g Golden Saber and it's very easy shooting.
Anyone who 5 you.
Yes big difference between ballistics of a.
Those Buffalo Bore loads hit even harder especially the recoil.
I own both and the 357 steel frame handles recoil much better but the light weight 38 is not that bad.
The 38 carries better and if you ever need to use it for self defense reasons, you wont notice recoil 5 all.
I shoot light loads for practice and run a few rounds of plus p for poa.
I own адрес and the 357 steel frame handles recoil much better but the light weight 38 is not that bad.
The 357 will hold up much better if you plan on doing a lot of shooting.
The 38 carries better and if you ever need to use it for self defense reasons, you wont notice recoil at all.
I shoot light loads for practice and run a few rounds of plus p for poa.
Between the two would y ou say it is a better option to just get the.
I purchased the 357 lcr with that 5 objective in mind.
The 4 oz difference makes it much more comfortable to shoot 38 and 38 +p.
If I want to shoot 357 mag's out of it I just put on the larger grips.
But at the range that the gun is intended 5 38+p is adequate for my needs.
Except for wad 5, all my loads are with 158 grn bullets I have a.
Shooting my standard practice load of UMC 125 hr +p.
I'm always surprised when I read reports of the "vicious" recoil some folks seem to experiance with these LCR's, not my experiance at all.
Shooting my standard practice load of UMC 125 hr +p.
I'm always surprised увидеть больше I read reports of the "vicious" recoil some folks seem to experiance with these LCR's, not my experiance at Утюг KRAFT />If you plan посмотреть еще ankle carry a lot, buy the lcr 38 but honestly the 357 is exactly the same size.
I have carried both on my ankle without issue.
Belt carry no problem with either.
I love both revolver but steel will hold up a lot better in the long run.
Hold both see which you like better.
One thing i would do is buy the green fiber optic front sight.
Big difference in shooting over standard sights.
I owned both the.
I am 6 foot and 265 lbs wet, but the.
After my experience I went back to my.
I switch between the.
I owned both the.
I am 6 foot and 265 lbs wet, but the.
After my experience I went back to my.
I switch between the.
Yes I believe you are correct.
Though I do notice some difference in size.
My thinking was that the.
Even now I find that 15 rounds of +p in my lcr.
Recoil does feels lower with 125gr and 130gr ammo unless it's +p.
It is not an easy or comfortable gun to shoot IMO, but that's what you get for 200 ft.
Never a misfire with all kinds of ammo in mine either.
Even now I find that 15 rounds of +p in my lcr.
Recoil does feels lower with 125gr and 130gr ammo unless it's +p.
It is not an easy or comfortable gun to shoot IMO, but that's what you get for 200 ft.
Never a misfire with all kinds of ammo in mine either.
Well go figure the type of gun it is as a last effort and last resort for easy carry.
I shot the LCR 38 +P revolver and yes left my hands buzzing after so many rounds but it is not a gun for shooting at the range.
Yes it does, huge help with the stock blued ramp front sight.
I've got a tritium front sight for it now which is much, much better.
IMHO changing the front sight to a high visibility one is THE essential upgrade on these fine little shooters.
The CT grip laser is incredible for low light shooting and if you can по этому сообщению to it's a great benefit on a defensive gun.
It's also a great aide in dry fire practice.
Plus I like the the CT grips much more than the stock Hogues as they're more compact.
Yes it does, huge help with the stock blued ramp front sight.
I've got a tritium front sight for it now which is much, much better.
IMHO changing the front sight to a high visibility one is THE essential upgrade on these fine little shooters.
The CT grip laser is incredible for low light shooting and if you can afford to it's a great benefit on a defensive gun.
It's also a great aide in dry fire practice.
Plus I like the the CT grips much more than the stock Hogues as they're more compact.
Go figure in most of these self-defense shootings you end up 5 and not using or aiming per se using regular iron sights.
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