Ruger launches additional calibers on LCRx revolver series

The LCRx now comes in three additional calibers to suit more shooters' needs. (Photo: Ruger)

The LCRx now comes in three additional calibers to suit more shooters’ needs. (Photo: Ruger)

Ruger’s LCRx revolver series continues to grow, with the company introducing new models chambered in .327 Fed. Mag, .22 WMR and 9mm Luger.

The LCRx series already boasts a bevy of options, but the new models aim to bring even more to revolver fans. The new models tout the same high-strength stainless steel cylinder which is extensively fluted, reducing weight.

In addition, the cylinder features a PVD finish increasing durability. The LCRx series offers a patented friction reducing cam that provides a smooth, non-stacking trigger pull while the polymer fire control housing holds all fire control components. This design reduces weight as well as felt recoil.

The series provides grip pegs to allow for a variety of grip styles to be installed on the wheel guns and a the front sight is replaceable to accommodate shooters with specific sight preferences. The revolvers also feature an external hammer for single action use.

New models on the series include a 3-inch and 1.87-inch barrel .22 WMR priced at $579 in addition to 1.87-inch barreled 9mm and 327 Fed Mag variants carrying a price tag of $669.