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New 7 shot .32 H&R magnum revolver from Charter Arms

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    Meh...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cokeman View Post
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    https://www.personaldefenseworld.com...-professional/

    Another article.. Another pic
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    Should have made it with a 2” barrel and no external hammer for carry.
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    If its a good seller - maybe they will produce different models...

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    Too bad it doesn't have adjustable sights. They should make it a law that every handgun has to have the rear sights mounted in a dovetail. THATS the kind of gun control we need!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Glocking26 View Post
    Should have made it with a 2” barrel and no external hammer for carry.
    A lot of folks prefer the 3" barrel for carry. That's why vintage 3" S&W revolvers sell for a premium. As for the hammer, that's a personal preference. I prefer to carry revolvers with hammers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by drmordo View Post
    A lot of folks prefer the 3" barrel for carry. That's why vintage 3" S&W revolvers sell for a premium. As for the hammer, that's a personal preference. I prefer to carry revolvers with hammers.
    If that was the case why doesn’t Smith + Wesson make there J frame line of guns with a 3” barrel because most people prefer the 1.875 version it’s there best seller. Vintage come on we’re taking charter arms not colt or S+W I don’t see a premium on them years from now. Hammer no hammer agree it is a personal preference. Me no hammer for IWB carry.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Glocking26 View Post
    If that was the case why doesn’t Smith + Wesson make there J frame line of guns with a 3” barrel because most people prefer the 1.875 version it’s there best seller. Vintage come on we’re taking charter arms not colt or S+W I don’t see a premium on them years from now. Hammer no hammer agree it is a personal preference. Me no hammer for IWB carry.
    It's a topic of conversation on other forums why S&W doesn't offer more guns with 3" barrels when they are more popular. No one understands it. If you look at other manufacturers like Ruger, Charter, and now Kimber, they offer many 3" barrels. This week a online seller got a shipment of police trade-in 3" M64s, and at $399 they sold out in a day. They found 10 more, and they sold out in a few hours.

    At this point S&W is mostly manufacturing revolvers to maintain their legacy, and they are not following market treads or they would be offering guns in 327, copying some of Taurus' innovative concepts that shoehorn a large cylinder into a small frame, reintroduce the I frame (perfect for modern pocket carry), or lightening the triggers on their revolvers for folks with weak or arthritic hands.

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    Looks interesting. Hope that Charter improves their triggers from what they used to be!
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    Quote Originally Posted by drmordo View Post
    reintroduce the I frame (perfect for modern pocket carry).
    Love the I-Frame revolvers. Wish I had more.

    I carry a 637 J-Frame everyday (for the most part). I'm very comfortable with their size, shape and ease of carry. As far as the new Charter is concerned, I'd greatly prefer something a bit more CCW friendly in a 2" barrel. If they produced that, I'd have my name on a waiting list for one right now.

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    From the photos, it doesn't look like even the front sight is drift adjustable. I'm getting tired of fixed sights that can't shoot straight. We can work on elevation with ammo or a file, but it would be nice if we could also adjust left or right hits.

    I like the full lug barrel and finally a steel grip frame. I wonder if they'd rifle one for me in .44 Special and sell those steel grip frames. Better yet, redo the .44 Bulldog Classic with these new mods and include a drift adj front sight.

    .32's that won't reliably expand? I'm not sold on that. Besides, it's so easy to see the powder in a .44 case and then place that big bullet in that large hole. I did some .38's the other day; not quite so nice and hard to see 2.7 grains of Bullseye in the case. I'm, not sure if old fumble fingers here, really wants to mess with something that small.

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