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Discussion in 'Charter Arms' started by slrassoc, Jan 23, 2011.

  1. Ballbearing

    Ballbearing G&G Evangelist

    I've always liked the .44 special caliber. It may not be a powerhouse by today's standards, but it'll get the job done and it's accurate. I like the .44 special in something with a longer barrel, it's true, but I still think your gun is cool and I hope you enjoy many hours of shooting with it.
  2. oldjarhead

    oldjarhead G&G Evangelist

    Your choice...the only person you have to please is you.
    Handle them both and pick the one that feels natural and fits your hand best.
    I have a Pug .357 with ported barrel and Pathfinder .22LR/Magnum combo.

    The only SA/DA revolvers I'em both! Trigger could be made lighter but other than that the quality is there.

    Beware of the grumpy old lady in the CA's customer service. lol

  3. TXplt

    TXplt Gun Toting Boeing Driver Forum Contributor

    Charter--stoked with the Buffalo Bore flat wadcutters and with the Charter Arms CHA-C compac grip from Pachmyr (the one with the little place to put your pinky). The 2.5 inch barrel is ideal and the gun very accurate. I have stopped using the DPX coppers due to corrosion mentioned in another thread. The flat wadcutters are doing around 900 FPS which is fine in the .44.

    Good luck !
  4. louisb

    louisb G&G Regular

  5. slrassoc

    slrassoc G&G Addict

    Carry mine in my right jean pocket everywhere. Shoot 240gn cowboy loads in it. Will stop anyone.
    M14man and neophyte like this.