Ruger LCR 5431

Ruger LCR 5431

MSRP: $497.09

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Ruger LCR 5431 Ammo Deals
Legend Ammo .38 Spl. 110gr Solid Hollow Point 20 Rounds BGS: 21356 $7.00
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Cci 38spl/357mag Shotshell 4 Shot 10/20 BGS: 26363 $10.00
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Winchester Ammo He38jhp Kinetic High Energy 38 Special 110gr Jacketed Hollow Po BGS: 3230 $10.00
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Cci Shotshell 357/38spc Shot Shell 109 Gr 1000 Fps 10 Rounds BGS: 79866 $10.00
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Tula 38spl 130gr Fmj 50/1000 BGS: 714014179 $10.00
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Cci 38/357 #4 Shotshell10/200 BGS: 714016113 $10.00
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Fiocchi 38 Special 110 Grain Extreme Terminal Performance Ja 25 Per Box BGS: 59060 $12.00
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Hornady 38 Spl 158gr Xtp 25/bx BGS: 718004588 $13.00
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Fio 38spl +p 110gr Xtphp 25/20 BGS: 712008465 $13.00
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Cci Blazer 38 Special 158 Grain Round Nose Lead BGS: 63220 $13.00
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Specifications
Brand Ruger
Category Handguns
Action Revolver (SA / DA)
Caliber .38 Special
Capacity 5
Ruger LCR 5431 Reviews
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100
LCR in .327 Federal Magnum

I searched a good while to find my wife a perfect firearm for self defense carry. She doesn't really like to shoot much, is really small, and very recoil sensitive. After shooting many different guns, she just didn't have the hand strength to do well with hardly any SA in .380 or above. Also, .38 S&W in J-Frame had too much recoil and the trigger was too heavy. Solution: LCR in .327 Fed. Mag. Lightweight, easy to open the cylinder, and a much easier trigger pull over a stock S&W. Also, the LCR in .327 holds 6 rounds vice 5 for the typical gun of this power level. It's also very flexible. Shoots the whole .32 cal. family...meaning you can shoot .32's .32 H&R Magnums, as well as the .327 magnums (effectively, a super magnum .32). She practices and qualifies with .32 Longs which have a very gentle recoil in this gun (about like a .22 LR). She then carries .32 H&R mags for self defense. She doesn't enjoy extended shooting with these, but can handle them in an emergency or for short shooting periods. Their recoil in this gun is similar to a .380, and they have about the same energy at the muzzle as the .380. When I carry it, (because its so handy and light) I up load it up with 100 grain .327 mags and it hits with more energy than a typical 9mm, .38, or .45...so a very formidable weapon; so lots of flexibility for any sized shooter. We've put hundreds of rounds through ours, and its been fun, safe, dependable, and very accurate in all calibers. ...more

Aug 03, 2018
Trey1833
100
LCR in .327 Federal Magnum

I searched a good while to find my wife a perfect firearm for self defense carry. She doesn't really like to shoot much, is really small, and very recoil sensitive. After shooting many different guns, she just didn't have the hand strength to do well with hardly any SA in .380 or above. Also, .38 S&W in J-Frame had too much recoil and the trigger was too heavy. Solution: LCR in .327 Fed. Mag. Lightweight, easy to open the cylinder, and a much easier trigger pull over a stock S&W. Also, the LCR in .327 holds 6 rounds vice 5 for the typical gun of this power level. It's also very flexible. Shoots the whole .32 cal. family...meaning you can shoot .32's .32 H&R Magnums, as well as the .327 magnums (effectively, a super magnum .32). She practices and qualifies with .32 Longs which have a very gentle recoil in this gun (about like a .22 LR). She then carries .32 H&R mags for self defense. She doesn't enjoy extended shooting with these, but can handle them in an emergency or for short shooting periods. Their recoil in this gun is similar to a .380, and they have about the same energy at the muzzle as the .380. When I carry it, (because its so handy and light) I up load it up with 100 grain .327 mags and it hits with more energy than a typical 9mm, .38, or .45...so a very formidable weapon; so lots of flexibility for any sized shooter. We've put hundreds of rounds through ours, and its been fun, safe, dependable, and very accurate in all calibers. ...more

Aug 03, 2018
Trey1833
100
Ruger revolver 38 special biutifui

This revolver is nice small I can carry every where I loved is not heavy I can take in my pocket whit or without holster.is very nice.

Jan 01, 2018
Jilguerillo
100
Small, light, yet powerful

I'm a 65 yr old lady, and my grip isn't what it used to be. I already have a S&W 357 magnum, but it's gotten to be a little too unwieldy for me now. I thought I'd get another S&W (just smaller), but the Ruger felt much better in my hand--just right for me! I'm glad I went in person to comparison shop.

Dec 10, 2017
Mozu517
100
Amazing revolver!!!

I had one of these in another brand, SW, the Ruger shoots so much softer, better Trigger and sights that you can actually hit something with. A great gun by a great American Company!!!

Oct 23, 2017
Rlsmith1011
100
Good 9mm to have in the collection

I bought this Revolver in 9mm to have as a backup to my other gun when I carry in the same caliber. The only issue I have had with it is that the ammunition jumps the crimp. Specifically Blazer Brass. No issues with HPR ammunition or Hornady American Gunner ammunition.

May 09, 2017
K3773r
100
Excellent lightweight revolver!

Small in size but huge on performance! It's small yes, but not tiny. Weight is very light but well balanced. The front sight has a bright white line painted on its face, making it highly visible when it's properly lined up. Tritium or other options are available if you want something else, just drift out the roll pin and swap it out! Note: the .38/.357 caliber uses a different height front sight from the .22, 9mm, and .327 Magnum. They'll fit fine, but bullets will hit high or low if the sight isn't matched to the caliber. ...more

Feb 12, 2017
CoffeeManNW
100
Great Ruger quality

Got my Ruger LCRx .38 Special yesterday, took it to the range first time today. Dead on at five yards. Slight sight adjustment for ten yards, still shoots tight groups. Single action excellent, double action took a few cylinders to get it down and I am amazed at how well it shoots for a light 3 inch barrel. All I had on hand for .38 special were 158 grain cartridges, and even with that load the gun is easy to shoot with no discernible recoil. We shoot pins at my club, so of course I had to try the gun, and accuracy is good enough to take down pins off the tables. Highly recommend this as a fun gun to shoot. Now to try different loads ...more

Dec 24, 2016
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