This is a discussion on Nice day at range with LCR. Really impressed with Perfecta ammo (Fiocchi) within the LCR Discussion forums, part of the LCR category; Originally Posted by w Good shooting, Dave. Do you practice weak hand shooting too? How is that rubber tape you put on the Bantam grip ...
But back to your question, there is merit in carrying a good quality FMJ in a 380. pistol. IMO
Dave, keep us posted on how your one hand shooting experience is going. My right hand is not to bad, but the left hand needs a lot of work yet.
I can now shoot the LCP very well one handed and in some ways, actually like shooting it this way. I have shot that gun off hand, Not good results, but could at least hit paper and in the middle. I will shooting the LCR again today. I will make it a point to shoot with one hand toward the end of the session. I will slowly move to the off hand later in the summer. The trigger on a revolver is unique, and it took me awhile to adjust to it. I am understanding it more and more with each session.
Last edited by davevabch; 03-12-2017 at 09:15 AM.
Very few self defense situations that can happen legally would be long range . The LCP is fine for up close . If there is that much distance between you and the bad guy , you would have a hard time claiming self defense . I suppose there are some mass killing scenarios where longer shots may be warranted . I would carry a rifle if it weighed 9.6 ozs but they don't . I also think we all are a lot safer than some would like us to think . Fear sells guns and justifies large salaries .
Here is my goal, to carry the LCR 9mm, or my LC9S on my hip in the nice tight close to the body holsters I now own. Now I will get the smallest, thinnest Pocket Pistol, one that shoots PLUS P and get the lightest, thinnest holster I can find. And that gun is going to be a Pico. I will have a back up gun like the thing was designed to due in the first place.
When did the gun community get to the point of making a pocket pistol as a primary defense? Dave why not consider a LCR or Smith 642. You may just surprise yourself.
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