I'm wierd I like Charter Arms revolvers

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    I'm wierd I like Charter Arms revolvers

    I think they make a great little BUG.

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    I'm wierd I like Charter Arms revolvers
    Many people like Charter Arms revolvers. If they work for you there is nothing wierd at all about liking them.

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    I really would like to get some feedback on there 327. I want an SP101 but they are never availible so I am looking into charter arms, but haven't talked with anyone who shot there 327.

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    Quote Originally Posted by threefeathers View Post
    I think they make a great little BUG.
    They make a great Primary, too.
    What we've got here is failure to communicate.

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    I don't think Charter Arms really suffers from "Cheap Gun" syndrome like some of the other lower priced manufactures.
    -It is a seriously scary thought that there are subsets of American society that think being intellectual is a BAD thing...

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    I really like mine, I use it for EDC at work. Slipped in the front pocket in a pocket holster it is well hidden and draws quickly. Mine will shoot a 2 inch group under 10 yards with no problem.

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    A lot of people like them. If it's reliable and you hit what you're aiming at I don't see the problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by peckman28 View Post
    A lot of people like them. If it's reliable and you hit what you're aiming at I don't see the problem.
    Precise and to the point.
    What we've got here is failure to communicate.

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    what's charter's cheapest but reliable and best gun out there?

    i was looking at the LCP because it can be had for 300...around my way.

    edit: seems like suggested lowest is around 400?

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    Bulldog owner.

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    I like em too. Especially the 44 specials.
    We will be much better off when we learn to deal with things as they really are, instead of how we wish them to be!

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    I have a .38 off duty, think I paid about $350 before tax. Great gun, I often carry it as a primary but its light enough to be a BUG. If I can scrape up the reloading components I'd definitely buy the .44 spl bulldog.

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    +1 on the 44 Bulldog. Reliable and still fairly compact for the caliber (and comfortable to shoot.)
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    experience comes from bad decisions"

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    i own the charter arms undercover 38spl i love it!
    No matter what anyone says you can never own enough guns!!!
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