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Just received this one on Monday. It’s extremely light and feels great in my hand. The XS sights are very nice. I also own a S&W 442 that I purchased from Bud’s several months ago (which I like), but do prefer the my LCR (probably due to the XS sights).
I have shot the LCR .357 Mag and passed on it and got the .38 LCR for the following reasons. The .38 LCR is smaller and lighter (which is very noticeable when compared to the .357), which are important to me when looking for a weapon to conceal (many gun owners start out with bigger handguns when looking to carry and many will end up with a smaller handgun).
And if I want to reach low end .357 Magnum ballistics from my .38 LCR, then loading it with Buffalo Bore 158 gr LSWCHP +P is an option. I can’t imagine shooting ammunition that is more powerful is going to do much more for anyone (and frankly, it very well could be a disadvantage).
Also, I regularly walk 3-4 miles in the evenings and have had no problem carrying this revolver with me on my walks.