The Revolver Evolution is Here: The Ruger LCR



Check out the 13.5 ounce Ruger LCR .38 SpecialIs this the ultimate concealed carry compact revolver?

You'll see its unique components. You'll feel its light weight (only 13.5 oz.). You'll try its smooth trigger.

And then you'll wonder – is this a Revolution or an Evolution?

Think features (high-tech polymer fire control housing, aerospace aluminum frame with synergistic hard coat, friction reducing cam) meets functionality (reliable, durable, easy-to-use).

Put it in your hand, fire the five rounds of .38 Special+P, and realize that it is pure genius. Realize it is one of the most significant new revolver designs in over a century.

Check out the 13.5 ounce Ruger LCR .38 Special
Watch video of the Ruger LCR in action. Click Here.

Two LCR models are available – the Standard LCR with a perceived recoil-reducing Hogue® Tamer™ Grip or a Crimson Trace® Lasergrip® variation.

To learn all about the New Ruger LCR (Lightweight Compact Revolver), including features, specifications, holster compatibility, imagery and video, visit

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