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    Quote Originally Posted by berettatoter View Post
    Nice gun, but you really thought the Ruger was too big?
    Hey! No laughing!

    It's not a big gun. It's just too big for me to conceal on a 5'2", 100-something pound frame, without dressing like an Eskimo.

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    I like that Sig , It is good to hear the trigger works well for you.

    You have a very nice gun there!

    RCG

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    You have a very nice gun there!
    Agreed!! Jealousy has now set in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Holly View Post
    Hey! No laughing!

    It's not a big gun. It's just too big for me to conceal on a 5'2", 100-something pound frame, without dressing like an Eskimo.
    Not laughing at you, just with you. I'm a "sporty" 240, so I guess I'm a bit spoiled when it comes to hiding anything I'm carrying. Peace.

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    Very nice selection for your new gun! I'm glad you found something that works for you!! That's the most important point!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by thndrchiken View Post
    Sweet, that 938 is looking nice, my next purchases will be for a bug. That 938 is right at the top of the list, just can't figure out if I want to go with a J frame Smith or a Ruger LCR.
    Hi Thndrchicken: We just purchased my girlfriend an LCR in 38 special for $399. It's $100 cheaper and a lot lighter than the LCR 357. IMHO a 38 is all ya need for defense. I can empty the gun center mass in half the time it would take most with their 357. Skill trumps caliber every time. I wouldn't feel under-gunned with a 22 for defense. The LCR is super light, reliable as dirt, has a butter smooth trigger, and is accurate as all heck. What's not to like??? I cut one ragged hole at 20 feet. My girlfriend is 67 and has gotten pretty good with her LCR. I pity the poor soul she drops the hammer on. I reload for both of us and have a shooting range on my property. We practice a lot together. We both prefer revolver. No safeties or feed issues to deal with. Plus they're more intuitive to deploy and shoot accurately (at least for us). Below is a very informative 15 minute video on the LCR 38 Special by Hickok45 on youtube. He's a retired police officer and has over 600 gun review videos on youtube. No matter what you decide to buy, check to see if he's reviewed it. He does some serious 75 yard long distance shooting at a gong with the little LCR. I have a Redhawk and a GP100. But if I were CC'ing it would be with the little LCR in 38 special (not the 357). They also make the LCR in 22 caliber and my girlfriend is getting one. Here's a link to the LCR in 22 caliber and the reasons for owning both calibers. Ruger LCR 22 Range Test and Review - YouTube

    Good luck on your next purchase,

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    Quote Originally Posted by chessail77 View Post
    Waiting for a range report.....JJ
    Well, I just got home from the range 30 minutes ago and was getting ready to scan my target... My daughter beat me to it and tore it up.

    I know, I know... Sounds an awful lot like "my dog ate my homework", but it's the truth.

    I'm going back Wednesday. I'll make sure to keep the next one intact.

    But, I will say, it went quite well.

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    Congrats it sounds like you finally obtained a pistol that fits your needs and works well for you..........JJ

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    so glad your happy

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    Until Holly gets back...

    I took my new P938 to the range and blew a box of Federal 115gr FMJs through it the other day; at seven yards I let loose four flyers (each off 8" left/high) and all the rest ripped the head out of a silhouette. No malfunctions out the box. Nice trigger, great grip, good sights and modest recoil. If you have any arthritis you may find the magazine a little hard to load. It is stiff, new, and may loosen up; OK by me but the father had trouble with it. It's just right IWB but I find it a little large and heavy to tag it a "pocket 9". In a pinch I'd pocket it in sufficiently baggy pants or something with cargo pockets.

    Very easy to shoot this little pistol fast and accurately.

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