Ruger lcrx 22 with 3" barrel
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    Default Ruger lcrx 22 with 3" barrel

    Any opinions on this one? I purchased and like the feel ,but cant hit well single action one hand.but ok with strong 2 hand grip double action.

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    had the three inch 38 version.....

    i just never took a hard like to it and traded it.....

    an airweight snub is one thing i like......but an airweight 3" just did not compute for me as the light weight seemed to hinder my accuracy/shooting ability expectations for a 3" adj sight revolver.....

    i could had over-came it with a lot of practice.....but once i became disappointed, it went......
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    It took me some time to get good with my RIA 38.
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    The Ruger LCR series have a unique trigger design that produces an amazingly linear trigger pull. I was very impressed by the first one that I tried.
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