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    Charter Arms?

    I'm looking into picking up the first true lefthanded double action revolver I've ever seen. It's from Charter Arms. Now I've had one of their AR-7's for years, but never any of their handguns. Anyone have any input?

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    I hadn't heard about the left-handed revolver, but I'm hearing good things about the newer Charter Guns. I checked out a 44 Bulldog awhile back, it seemed sturdier and better built than their older guns, and the finish was also better. I haven't shot one for quite awhile, but I'd love to snag one of those 44's!

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    Rumor and test I have read that Charter is back with vengance on the market with Quality Firearms .
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    Bad news. Not approved by California DOJ. :cry:


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