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Charter Arms Rimless Revolver

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    Charter Arms Rimless Revolver

    I am definitely going to check out the new Rimless Revolver in .45 acp when they're available. First to be introduced will be the .40 cal. in late fall, followed by the .45 acp, and the 9mm. The 9mm will also chamber the .380 acp. All of these will be rated for +P loadings. Anyone else?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Bart View Post
    I am definitely going to check out the new Rimless Revolver in .45 acp when they're available. First to be introduced will be the .40 cal. in late fall, followed by the .45 acp, and the 9mm. The 9mm will also chamber the .380 acp. All of these will be rated for +P loadings. Anyone else?
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    If you really want a revolver for SD...

    I'd just go with and good ole' .38 or .357...tested over time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by retsupt99 View Post
    If you really want a revolver for SD...

    I'd just go with and good ole' .38 or .357...tested over time.
    The revolver has several good points going for it for SD use, retsupt99. As for ammo, carrying a backup revo in the same chambering as your primary has obvious advantages.

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    I have to agree the .38 and .357 tried tested and work. BUT I would like one to shot or carry from time to time since I have more 9mm and some 40's than anything else and can get reloads.
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    If I was going to get a 45acp revolver I would go with one that uses half or full moon clips, to make reloading faster.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TX-JB View Post
    If I was going to get a 45acp revolver I would go with one that uses half or full moon clips, to make reloading faster.
    The new Rimless Revolver has a special spring that is activated in the cylinder when opened, to make ejecting and reloading simple.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bart View Post
    The new Rimless Revolver has a special spring that is activated in the cylinder when opened, to make ejecting and reloading simple.
    No revolver empties and reloads faster than one in .45ACP or 9mm with quality moonclips. Those stubby rounds pop in and pop out in an instant and there's no messing around with speed loaders.

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    I was excited about these when they said they were going to be released in April.

    I was also excited about the Kahr 380, but have yet to actually see one in person, and have kind of lost interest in that as well.

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    I am waiting for the 9mm version.
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