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Old November 17th, 2019, 09:56 AM   #1
 
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LCR 327 magnum

Hello all, I recently picked up an LCR 327 magnum and have really enjoyed shooting it. I am looking making it my edc. Will the 327 magnum fit the same holsters as the 38 or 357 magnum? Any help is greatly appreciated.



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Hello all, I recently picked up an LCR 327 magnum and have really enjoyed shooting it. I am looking making it my edc. Will the 327 magnum fit the same holsters as the 38 or 357 magnum? Any help is greatly appreciated.
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It will fit holsters for SP 101s; too.
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Awesome, thank you for the info.
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Hello all, I recently picked up an LCR 327 magnum and have really enjoyed shooting it. I am looking making it my edc. Will the 327 magnum fit the same holsters as the 38 or 357 magnum? Any help is greatly appreciated.
Ohio Guy ... what have you been shooting in yours? The 100 grain is a tad snappy, I've been usiong 85 grain hollow points ...

I use my LCR 327 as my EDC ...

What part of the Buckeye State do you reside in ?
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Hello all, I recently picked up an LCR 327 magnum and have really enjoyed shooting it. I am looking making it my edc. Will the 327 magnum fit the same holsters as the 38 or 357 magnum? Any help is greatly appreciated.
Coming from a “ex Ohio guy” I think the LCR is a great EDC.
Lots of holster choices out there , I was using this as well as a Simply Rugged pancake. This one is thinner & has a modest price.
Also works with crimson laser grip, if desired.
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I also have an LCR .327 for my EDC. I have simply rugged pancakes that allow for a switch to cross draw when driving. For an OWB 3 o'clock every day use, I like the Charter arms holster made for their off duty revolvers. It carries nice and high and has very good retention, and it is inexpensive.
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I am in central Ohio. I didn’t like the recoil of the 100 grain loads so I am going to use the 85 grain Hydra shok load.
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Ohio Guy ... what have you been shooting in yours? The 100 grain is a tad snappy, I've been usiong 85 grain hollow points ...
Yeah, just wee bit snappy.
For me, those rounds out of a lightweight snubbie are downright painful. Thankfully, the LCR .327, will also take the lower powered but arguably potent for SD 32 H&R magnum rounds. When I was carrying my LCR .327 daily, that's what I had it loaded with.
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I have been putting a lot of different rounds through mine. So far the Hornady critical defense 32 H&R loads is the most accurate load, it’s actually crazy accurate. I would not feel under powered with it.

Shootinfule, when you ordered your Simply Rugged holster did you order the 38 special or 357 magnum holster?
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