One of the advantages of Ruger’s .327 LCR is its versatility, thanks to the plethora of cartridges it chambers.
Ruger’s LCR is proven and deserves its place as one of the top choices in a snubby revolver. It has been well documented here at RevolverGuy, and comments on Mike’s articles confirm a large and loyal following.
We took a good look under the hood of the Ruger LCR a while back and also did a field report on the LCR in 9mm. Since that time, I’ve been doing some additional shooting with the .38 Special version of the LCR, and I’m nearing the 350 round mark. As such, I thought it … Continue reading “Review: The .38 Special Ruger LCR”
I was late to the LCR party. As I mentioned in my previous article, the gun’s radical looks were a turnoff to my conservative tastes, and I didn’t get excited about it until I started getting some trigger time on them. Then, the performance caught my immediate attention, and I realized I’d been missing out … Continue reading “Ruger 9mm LCR Field Report”
Sometimes I’m a little slow in catching on . . .
I reviewed the Taurus 856 T.O.R.O. here shortly after its 2023 SHOT Show release. Taurus caught most in the industry by surprise with it, including holster makers. Taurus allowed that there were a few companies specializing in Kydex holsters working on holsters to fit T.O.R.O. models. One of them was Harry’s Holsters.
Last weekend I taught a Defensive Revolver class, hosted by LMS Defense, and was very pleased to have some RevolverGuy readers join us for the training!
I haven’t had much direct experience with Taurus revolvers over the years. I’ve shot a handful of them in .22 LR, .38 Special, .357 Magnum, and .44 Magnum, but outside of the .22, I’ve never fired more than a few cylinders through each. However, I’ve grown increasingly interested in the brand and their products over … Continue reading “The Taurus 856 Executive Grade”
I think we can all agree that it’s better to load your gun proactively, and not reactively, when you’re using it to defend yourself.
Let’s talk about a fun new gun from Taylor’s & Co.—the 9mm TC9.