Any news on Charter Arms Rimless Revolvers ?

Any news on Charter Arms Rimless Revolvers ?

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    Any news on Charter Arms Rimless Revolvers ?

    I've used my Google-fu but curious if anyone on here has heard anything. Also what are you guys thinking about it? I personally would love the 9mm or .40.

    Here's linky for those who may not have heard of them Charter Arms Rimless Revolver
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    Last time I checked they had removed all info about it from their website so I'm thinking it's history. Too bad though, if they'd put some effort into their quality control I think they'd have had a real winner on their hands.
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    oh nice!

    how are charter arms? as in quality...reliablility?

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    I hadn't seen these but I would be interested in the 45 acp or the 9mm. I did find this poking about the web some....

    Charter Arms Rimless Revolver: MIA :: Guns Holsters and Gear

    seems to be a patent issue if this is to be believed. I hope they get it sorted out, I'd like to take one for a test drive.
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    This would be a nice BUG in your primary carry caliber.
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    Quote Originally Posted by msgt/ret View Post
    This would be a nice BUG in your primary carry caliber.
    My thoughts exactly. The 9mm revolver would a great female CCW also.
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    If you really want one you can do what I did and have one made.
    This is my custom 9mm (9x23) S&W Model 360J, 13oz of 9mm wheelie goodness:

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    WC145 - What did you have to pay to have the work done? Would you mind emailing me and detailing specifics?

    Thanks - might be the best way to go!

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    Quote Originally Posted by WC145 View Post
    If you really want one you can do what I did and have one made.
    This is my custom 9mm (9x23) S&W Model 360J, 13oz of 9mm wheelie goodness:

    That was a sweet! Congrats.
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    i wish s&w still made their 9mm +p moon clip snubby. i still see the taurus one's in shops form time to time.

    nice to see someone else offering snubbies in 9mm/40cal/45acp +p.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pepsi View Post
    oh nice!

    how are charter arms? as in quality...reliablility?


    i hear mostly good stuff from friends that own them. once in a while i hear about one having a bizarre issue.....no more so than taurus' revolvers though.

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    I emailed them and they said maybe later this summer after they catch up with production of there current models
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    It sure would be nice to have a 9mm wheel. Wish they would get it out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GregDepot View Post
    I emailed them and they said maybe later this summer after they catch up with production of there current models
    Thanks for sharing that info.

    My local shop has a Taurus 9mm revolver. I personally want to be moon clip-less.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WC145 View Post
    If you really want one you can do what I did and have one made.
    This is my custom 9mm (9x23) S&W Model 360J, 13oz of 9mm wheelie goodness:

    That sure is a beauty. Where do you get 9X23 ammo?
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