Charter Mag Pug 357

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    Charter Mag Pug 357

    Zowie I really like this revolver......22 OZ , ported...."D" size frame..I carry 38Spl. +P LHPSWC

    Nice revolver ,I have a set of larger rubber grips ..but during summer carry these old compact wooded grips get the nod..



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    I have looked for a Charter Arms 44sp Pug, but they seem to be hard to come by in this neck of the woods.

    Enjoy your Charter Pug and carrying 38sp in it seems like a very good idea to me.
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    These Charter Arms offerings are actually better than what a lot of people think. I, like Searcher 45, have looked at the 44 Specials but they are difficult to find as well. Congrats on a fine wheelgun!
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    By the way, the 38 Special Lead Semi-Wadcutter HP +P load you carry is one of my favorites. Without that brass jacket they tend to open up to resemble rattlesnake jaws. Great carry load....
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    44 Special

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    I looked at one of those real close. If I hadn't gotten such a good deal on the SIG 9mm, I would have bought one. I still might....
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    How is it with357 Ammo? I shoot a LCR357. Some 357 Ammo is brutal and some is not bad.

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