My LCR with night sites

Discussion in 'Ruger Revolver Forums' started by LCR, Jan 25, 2013.

  1. LCR

    LCR New Member

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    I wanted to share my thoughts of why I think night sites are important. I kind of like the idea of hiding and still being able to fire if needed. The same thing would be important if you were out side hiding beside a storage shed and the intruder was in your yard light.

    One picture is the view of what a intruder would see when going to my bedroom, this picture is around 20' from my bedroom door. And the other is what I see looking out my bedroom lying in bed. :)

    The light is a small florescent light over my kitchen sink we use for a night light.

    The night sites were added after the picture of my LCR by my locker.
     

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  2. SHOOTER13

    SHOOTER13 RETIRED MODERATOR Lifetime Supporter

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  3. glock26USMC

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  4. Funkybassplayer

    Funkybassplayer New Member

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    The final selling point for me was the fact that this LCR had the XS tritium front sight. I have the big dot tritium on both my XD-9 and my 12ga. They make all the difference in low/no light. [​IMG]
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  5. shaner

    shaner New Member

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    nice i like my lcr very much
     
  6. FishyOne

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    Nice revolver. Thanks for sharing.

    Is it a 357 or 38 special? What is your preferred load? I have a DOA SP101 with 2-1/4" barrel and load lightweight 110gr Win JHP.
     
  7. Funkybassplayer

    Funkybassplayer New Member

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    Mine is a 38. I carry with the federal nyclad. I also have some Speer gold dots. [​IMG]
    (Top box in pic)


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  8. FishyOne

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    How's the recoil with the Nyclads?
     
  9. Funkybassplayer

    Funkybassplayer New Member

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    Not a lot. Hornady CD had much more felt recoil IMHO.


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