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Many years ago when the Charter Arms company was formed I made a Fitz Gunfighter GF grip for the .357 Mag Bulldog and the 44Mag Bulldog. I found a customer for the 44 who was happy with it but never found anyone for the .357 Bulldog grip. I am glad I never went in to production on them and wonder if any one has a .357 Bulldog that would give this Cherry wood grip a good home. It has been lonesome in my barn for the last 26 years.

Thanks Paul Jones retired 1979
 

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I know that this is an old thread but I have been looking for grips for my bulldog .357 and would love to get a hold of a good set.
 

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HI feller !!! yepper it's a pretty old thread.
I see your a new member so WELCOME to GUN and GAME and thanks for joining.
I hope you hang around and we see you often here.
Enjoy the site...A.H
 

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Welcome g22!

My .44 special bulldog uses CHA-G or CHA-C grips from Pachmyr.

Good luck !
 

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Bulldog .357 grips

Many years ago when the Charter Arms company was formed I made a Fitz Gunfighter GF grip for the .357 Mag Bulldog and the 44Mag Bulldog. I found a customer for the 44 who was happy with it but never found anyone for the .357 Bulldog grip. I am glad I never went in to production on them and wonder if any one has a .357 Bulldog that would give this Cherry wood grip a good home. It has been lonesome in my barn for the last 26 years.

Thanks Paul Jones retired 1979

Do you still have the grips? My friend has a Charter Arms Bulldog .357 that is in mint condition but the grips are too small for his hand. I know he'd love to change to a newer set.

Thanks
 
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