S&W Model 63 vs Ruger LCRx TABLETOP COMPARISON
2 fine .22lr kit guns together in this comparison video. Smith and Wesson Model 63 and the Ruger LCRx.
Smith & Wesson Model 63 review – Smith and Wesson MODEL 63 ~ Stainless Steel Kit Gun
Ruger LCRx .22lr review – RUGER LCRx 22lr ~ KIT GUN
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