RUGER LCRX

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The Ruger LCRx is a revolver that offers the same features of the original LCR, but also employs an external hammer, allowing the revolver to be fired in both single- and double-action. Even with the addition of the external hammer, the name – Lightweight Compact Revolver – still rings true, thanks to a number of thoughtful designs. The swept-back hammer design reduces the risk of snagging on clothing or other items when drawn from a concealed carry position, while the aerospace-grade aluminum cylinder helps to keep the revolver lightweight. Stainless steel cylinders are standard with select calibers, but extremely fluted to help reduce weight while adding strength. Like the original LCR, the LCRx is available in a variety of calibers and features excellent ergonomics and durability, as well as low recoil.

• External hammer
• Hogue Tamer Monogrips
• Matte non-glare finish
• Suitable for concealed carry
• Made in the USA

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