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No, but I like the look, and the hammer.

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I've not actually looked at one but, saw some youtube videos. Seems like a good one but, pretty much everything Ruger makes is good.

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I've been hoping for this exact model for some time now. I love my LCR .357 snubbie and have always been a fan of .357 in general. Would make a great hiking gun.

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This could make a great carry gun.  I also like the looks of the 8-round Redhawk, though it would serve a different purpose.

I'm pretty impressed with Ruger's effort to expand their lineup of revolvers.  I just hope we don't see any other new models with problems like the 7-round GP100 had.

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5 hours ago, Tuffus said:

I've been hoping for this exact model for some time now. I love my LCR .357 snubbie and have always been a fan of .357 in general. Would make a great hiking gun.

What the hell!  Are we twins or something? I’ve been waiting on this exact revolver for several years too and I’m wanting for hiking!!! 😎

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6 hours ago, Pickaroon said:

I'd like to have one. But, I'd only  shoot .38s out of it.

38's would work just fine but I like the option of .357 for bear country. I use the Gold Dot short barrel .357's in the snub version with not much more recoil than .38+p so I'm sure the recoil won't be any worse in the 3 inch model, probably less. In bear country though I would use 180 grain hardcast rounds and live with the extra recoil. Hopefully I wouldn't have to use it though.

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