LCR for carry what for target
I got the LCR for carry because of my size and the size and weight of the LCR. It is a good size because when sitting it just hits me at the crease of my hip and leg so anything longer probably wouldn't be comfortable. I have been dry firing the LCR to get used to the trigger pull and changed my grip. I can now hit a 8" target not all in the center but at least inside the 8". I shot some 48 grain wadcutter from Atlanta Arms and it was a LITTLE tammer but not something I want to get my target practice from because it still was bad on the old bad thumb joints. I pulled out my husbands 6 shot 22 single action revolver and the trigger was so light compaired to the LCR it shot without me thinking I even had pulled the trigger. I did not shoot as well with it either. My question is what second gun should I get to target practice (and I know I still need to shoot the LCR and will) that will have the same kind and feel of the trigger as the LCR but easierand more fun to shoot so I can get better at hitting the center? I don't know if I will have the hand strength to chamber an automatic if it is too stiff. I'm 62 year old female and have weak hands due to arthritis and 20 years of working with tools.
Due to the price increase on ammo do not expect a warning shot.