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Ruger LCR Black .327 Federal Magnum 1.8-inch 6Rd

Ruger LCR Black .327 Federal Magnum 1.8-inch 6Rd

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Ruger 5452 LCR Double Action Revolver Double 327 Federal Magnum 1.87" 6 Hogue Tamer Monogrip Black
	
The Ruger LCR model 5452 is a double action revolver chambered in 327
Federal Magnum. It has a Hogue Tamer Monogrip, 1.87" barrel with a 1:16" RH
twist, 6-grooves,  Replaceable, pinned ramp front sight and U-notch
integral rear sight. The 5452 has a 6-round capacity and weighs just 17 oz.
with an OAL of 6.50" and 4.50" height. The stainless steel cylinder is
extensively fluted for weight reduction and sports a black PVD finish while
the monolithic stainless steel frame has a matte black synergistic hard
coat finish.

 

RUGER
LCR .327 FEDERAL MAGNUM
•Lightweight Compact Revolver (LCR)
•DAO trigger with patented friction reducing cam fire control system
•Polymer fire control housing
•Matte black monolithic 7000 Series Aluminum frame
•Concealed hammer
•Ionbond Diamondblack finished stainless steel fluted 6-shot cylinder
•Hogue Tamer Monogrip
•Grip Peg allows you to switch grip styles
•Replaceable pinned ramp front sight
•U-Notch integral rear sight
•Includes soft case
•OAL: 6.5"

Additional Information

Additional Information

Manufacturer Ruger
SKU GAG_AS-5452R
Condition New in Box
Action Type No
Caliber .327 FED
UPC 736676054527
Model LCR
Type No
Manufacturer Part Number 5452
Accessories No
Barrel Length No
Finish Per Color Black
Capacity 6
Firing Casing No
Frame Per Material No
Hand No
Sights No
Reviews

Customer Reviews 5 item(s)

1 extra round
The .327 Federal Magnum is an excellent cartridge that when paired with the LCR makes an excellent self-defense revolver. It ships in a cardboard box enclosed in a padded soft case. While this may seem like a detraction, it's the only case I use that was shipped with the weapon. Out of the box the revolver is perfectly usable. The Hogue rubber grip is worlds beyond what S&W ships on their j-frames. One caveat to the grip, however, is that the rubber is prone to "catching" a cover garment. If your shirt is loose enough it will be no problem, but when pushing the bounds of IWB CCW (ie, tighter fitting shirt) it definitely grabs. The design of the frame is such that the grip fully encloses the metal. This means that your palm never contacts the frame. Brilliant. The j-frame design puts the metal backstrap right between your hand and the recoil of the round being fired. To mitigate this, you have to install a grip large enough to cover the backstrap which makes the overall size of the gun much larger. The Ruger design prevails here. I use a Hogue G10 grip on mine for a full 3-finger grip and to reduce the grabbing tendency of the stock rubber grip.

Trigger pull is very smooth and somewhat light for a revolver. I wish Ruger had used a heavier trigger return spring to combat the shooter's tendency to short-stroke the trigger, as the "reset" is at the beginning of the pull--like every revolver. The trigger on my j-frame pushes itself back out with a heavier spring. This of course would make the pull heavier.

Using .32 S&W or .32 H&R ammo, recoil is very minimal. Like shooting .38 wad-cutters. Full power .327 loads are a different story. Muzzle blast and recoil are very apparent with self-defense ammo.

The front sight is pinned in place so that it is easily removable. I installed a tritium night sight, but fiber optic is also available.

I have fired over 1700 rounds so far with no issues at all. A little surface rust developed near the muzzle because of sweat and humidity this summer, but everything else is in great shape.
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Review by Nathan / (Posted on 8/12/17)
1 extra round ,
5/ 5stars
The .327 Federal Magnum is an excellent cartridge that when paired with the LCR makes an excellent self-defense revolver. It ships in a cardboard box enclosed in a padded soft case. While this may seem like a detraction, it's the only case I use that was shipped with the weapon. Out of the box the revolver is perfectly usable. The Hogue rubber grip is worlds beyond what S&W ships on their j-frames. One caveat to the grip, however, is that the rubber is prone to "catching" a cover garment. If your shirt is loose enough it will be no problem, but when pushing the bounds of IWB CCW (ie, tighter fitting shirt) it definitely grabs. The design of the frame is such that the grip fully encloses the metal. This means that your palm never contacts the frame. Brilliant. The j-frame design puts the metal backstrap right between your hand and the recoil of the round being fired. To mitigate this, you have to install a grip large enough to cover the backstrap which makes the overall size of the gun much larger. The Ruger design prevails here. I use a Hogue G10 grip on mine for a full 3-finger grip and to reduce the grabbing tendency of the stock rubber grip.

Trigger pull is very smooth and somewhat light for a revolver. I wish Ruger had used a heavier trigger return spring to combat the shooter's tendency to short-stroke the trigger, as the "reset" is at the beginning of the pull--like every revolver. The trigger on my j-frame pushes itself back out with a heavier spring. This of course would make the pull heavier.

Using .32 S&W or .32 H&R ammo, recoil is very minimal. Like shooting .38 wad-cutters. Full power .327 loads are a different story. Muzzle blast and recoil are very apparent with self-defense ammo.

The front sight is pinned in place so that it is easily removable. I installed a tritium night sight, but fiber optic is also available.

I have fired over 1700 rounds so far with no issues at all. A little surface rust developed near the muzzle because of sweat and humidity this summer, but everything else is in great shape.
Really like this revolver
This pistol is very fun to shoot. I did not find the 327 Federal Magnum a problem to shoot. I found it easy to get back on target and not as snappy as other revolvers, such as the Ruger LCR in 9mm (another wonderful revolver to have and shoot). The trigger is smooth and the gun is a joy to fire. The revolver fits well in an Uncle Mike's number four holster and is great for pocket carry. Cannot say enough nice things about this Ruger LCR. In fact, the whole series of LCR revolvers are excellent for self defense and fun to shoot.
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Review by SteveR / (Posted on 3/3/17)
Really like this revolver ,
5/ 5stars
This pistol is very fun to shoot. I did not find the 327 Federal Magnum a problem to shoot. I found it easy to get back on target and not as snappy as other revolvers, such as the Ruger LCR in 9mm (another wonderful revolver to have and shoot). The trigger is smooth and the gun is a joy to fire. The revolver fits well in an Uncle Mike's number four holster and is great for pocket carry. Cannot say enough nice things about this Ruger LCR. In fact, the whole series of LCR revolvers are excellent for self defense and fun to shoot.
Fun Snubbie
Just like the lightweight, small frame .357 Magnums, the full-power .327 Federal Magnum loads are quite loud and produce significant recoil in the LCR. However, the ability to shoot .32 H&R Magnum and .32 S&W Long cartridges in this gun make it pleasure to practice with at the range. Save your .327 Fed ammo for occasional shooting and self-defense.
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Review by Norm / (Posted on 2/15/17)
Fun Snubbie ,
4/ 5stars
Just like the lightweight, small frame .357 Magnums, the full-power .327 Federal Magnum loads are quite loud and produce significant recoil in the LCR. However, the ability to shoot .32 H&R Magnum and .32 S&W Long cartridges in this gun make it pleasure to practice with at the range. Save your .327 Fed ammo for occasional shooting and self-defense.
Wrong Description
Grabagun has listed the wrong description of this particular model. It use's a 'Stainless-steel' frame like the .357 and 9mm models. Not the aluminum frame listed here found on the .38 spl and .22 models.

From the Ruger web site:

Monolithic frame is made from aerospace-grade, 7000 series aluminum in .22 LR, .22 Magnum and .38 Spl +P models <p><b>and from 400 series stainless steel in the powerful .357 Magnum, 9mm Luger and .327 Federal Magnum models.</b></p>


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Review by JWR / (Posted on 5/5/16)
Wrong Description ,
5/ 5stars
Grabagun has listed the wrong description of this particular model. It use's a 'Stainless-steel' frame like the .357 and 9mm models. Not the aluminum frame listed here found on the .38 spl and .22 models.

From the Ruger web site:

Monolithic frame is made from aerospace-grade, 7000 series aluminum in .22 LR, .22 Magnum and .38 Spl +P models <p><b>and from 400 series stainless steel in the powerful .357 Magnum, 9mm Luger and .327 Federal Magnum models.</b></p>


Powerful Revolver
Nice revolver. It's quite a handful with 327 Federal Magnum loads, but a nice shooter with 32 H&R Magnum and 32 S&W Long. Mine had to go back to Ruger because the cylinder would spin freely when closed. Ruger Service was excellent and sent me a free Fedex return label.
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Review by Ken / (Posted on 2/1/16)
Powerful Revolver ,
3/ 5stars
Nice revolver. It's quite a handful with 327 Federal Magnum loads, but a nice shooter with 32 H&R Magnum and 32 S&W Long. Mine had to go back to Ruger because the cylinder would spin freely when closed. Ruger Service was excellent and sent me a free Fedex return label.