Charter arms revolvers

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    Quote Originally Posted by chepo06 View Post
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    Fondled some today at a gunshow. I'm torn between charter arms .44 special - CA .357 and the ruger LCR in .357.

    The .44 special is the lightest of the 3 which amazed me, ammo is very expensive and is in between others price wise.

    The 357 CA felt good and will conceal well. Can take take aftermarket grips.

    The lcr is amazing but has a steeper price tag.

    I'm leaning for the CA 357

    $319 - .357
    $329 - .44 special
    $449 - lcr

    Only reason these are my options is LGS has 6 month layway and I'm a cheap beaner
    I'd say go with whatever one felt better to you.

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