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Short for “Lightweight Compact Revolver,” the Ruger LCR lives up to the name and has become a trusted choice for personal protection. This revolver is available in several calibers, with the frame made from aerospace-grade aluminum – for 22 LR, 22 Mag, and 38 Special – or stainless steel – for 357 Mag, 9mm, and 327 Federal Mag. The cylinder of the stainless steel models are fluted to reduce weight and treated with a PVD finish for increased durability. The patented polymer fire-control housing keeps everything in its proper place and also aids in reducing weight and felt recoil, while the patented friction-reducing cam design offers a smooth, non-stacking trigger pull from the LCR.

• Replaceable grips
• Polymer fire-control housing
• Friction-reducing cam design
• Suitable for concealed carry
• Made in the USA

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