The Ruger LCRx Double-Action Revolver features all of the technological advances of the standard LCR—Lightweight Compact Revolver. The addition of an external hammer also gives you the option of pulling the hammer back and firing in single-action mode. Shooters can still fire the revolver in the super smooth, non-stacking double-action mode the LCR is famous for.
The Ruger LCRx was designed to be a concealed carry “snub-nosed” revolver and comes standard with a 1.87-inch barrel.
The LCRx’s short, swept-back hammer spur design minimizes the risk of snagging on clothing or purses when the firearm is drawn from a concealed carry position. Ruger revolutionized small, lightweight revolver design when they introduced the LC; made with a cylinder frame of aerospace-grade aluminum, and a grip frame of high-tech polymer. A stainless steel barrel and cylinder provide strength for high-stressed parts.
The Ruger LCRx weighs considerably less than conventional revolvers, conceals easily, and has excellent balance and ergonomics. The LCRx comes with Hogue® Tamer™ Monogrips® that absorb recoil and provide for quick follow-up shots.
A u-notch integral rear sight and ramp front sight assist in rapid sight acquisition; the front sight is easily replaceable with a variety of aftermarket sight options. The Ruger LCRx comes in a matte non-glare finish.
- Short, swept-back hammer spur design minimizes risks of snagging
- Comes with Hogue Tamer Monogrips absorb recoil
- U-notch integral rear sight and ramp front sight
A subcompact gun is certainly a solid choice for almost everybody. They are light, easy to conceal, and the comfort factor weighs heavily on the overall evaluation. The Ruger LCRx chambered in .37 Magnum comes in at just over 21 ounces
The other big physical consideration for a subcompact gun is the overall size. The length of the Ruger LCRx with the 3-inch barrel; comparatively longer than Glock 43.