Goodbye SR22....Hello LCR .22

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Goodbye SR22....Hello LCR .22

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Post by timtheteacher » Sat Jan 28, 2017 6:14 pm

Well I finally got tired of the FTF's and jams in my SR22 and said goodbye to it a few months ago. Found a 8 shot LCR .22 today at the Academy in Greenville after a long search. Will use it as a plinker at the range and may carry it on occasion in warm weather after I feel comfortable with shot placement.
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Re: Goodbye SR22....Hello LCR .22

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Post by puma guy » Sat Jan 28, 2017 8:51 pm

timtheteacher wrote:Well I finally got tired of the FTF's and jams in my SR22 and said goodbye to it a few months ago. Found a 8 shot LCR .22 today at the Academy in Greenville after a long search. Will use it as a plinker at the range and may carry it on occasion in warm weather after I feel comfortable with shot placement.
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Very nice. I'm surprised your Ruger semi had so many problems. And Wow! I have to say Greenville is in the big time with an Academy!
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Re: Goodbye SR22....Hello LCR .22

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Post by rentz » Sat Jan 28, 2017 9:14 pm

I've been eyeing 22 revolvers for a while just haven't dove in yet.
I briefly had an sr22, it didn't jam but it just didn't mesh with me so I sold it


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Re: Goodbye SR22....Hello LCR .22

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Post by timtheteacher » Sat Jan 28, 2017 10:28 pm

Mine was very picky on ammo. The best results was M-22 but that wasn't always reliable. Just got tired of it


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Re: Goodbye SR22....Hello LCR .22

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Post by JRG » Sat Jan 28, 2017 10:43 pm

I've got that LCR .22lr. It is a great plinker. It always goes bang!

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