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My dad gave me an old Charter Arms Off-Duty. He purchased it in about 1984. He said that it was new, and VERY cheap.
It is actually a really accurate and fun gun to shoot. I trust my life to it and have no problems or issues with it.
My question is how would I go about finding out how old it is. Like I said, he purchased it in the eightys, but it looks like the older ones from the sixties. Any help?
 

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Can't help much with the age of the gun, but it's in great shape... it looks almost new... maybe you could contact Charter Arms to find out the age...
 

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Can you call charter arms direct and find out if you can send for a history? Smith and Wesson does something similar.
 

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call charter arms and they should be able to tell you the year it was made. nice looking gun.
 

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Very nice looking pistol.

Would like to find one like that for myself.
 

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Very nice older gun! Call or email Charter Arms, they should be able to tell you the year it was manufactured if you give them the serial number.
 
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