Tuesday, November 21, 2006

Charter Arms .38 Revolver

New .38 Police Undercover Revolver from Charter Arms

Press Release from Charter Arms/MKS Supply:
"The six-shot, +P rated, .38 Police Undercover features a stainless finish and weighs approximately 20 ounces. The fixed sights, standard hammer, soft rubber pancake style grips, and the choice of 2.2” or 4” barrel were designed with law enforcement in mind. “The partnership between Charter and law enforcement goes way back,” says MKS Supply President Charles Brown. “A peace officer demands potent stopping power and, above all, reliability. That’s what the Charter Police Undercover provides.”

High quality, American-made and assembled Charter Arms revolvers are available from reputable firearms distributors nationwide, and carry an unconditional lifetime warranty. For more information contact Charter Arms at 866-769-4867 or on the web at www.charterfirearms.com.

Scheduled for release in Fall 2006, the Police Undercover carries a manufacturer’s suggested retail price of $359.00"

American made, +P rated, six shots, good price, and a lifetime warrantee. What more could you want in a small light concealed-carry revolver?


At Tuesday, November 21, 2006 5:15:00 PM, Blogger Chris Byrne said...

A manufacture that hasnt declared bankruptcy more than once in the past five years?

At Tuesday, November 21, 2006 8:26:00 PM, Anonymous Ninth Stage said...

.44 Special. But they make that too!

At Wednesday, November 22, 2006 8:42:00 AM, Blogger Elad said...

This 6-shot handgun is not on the Charter Firearms website.

At Wednesday, November 22, 2006 9:04:00 AM, Blogger Mr. Completely said...

We were very possibly the very first place the press release got posted. In the print media after you send out a press release it's perhaps 30 to 60 days before it "hits the streets".

In the gun blogosphere it's more like 30 to 60 minutes!

Give 'em a few days and they should have the info there. In the meantime, you might just give them a phone call for more info, and mention that you read about it on the Mr. Completely blog.....

...... Mr. C.

At Wednesday, November 22, 2006 9:01:00 PM, Blogger Cowboy Blob said...

Non-bobbed hammer AND soft rubber grips on an "undercover" revolver? That's not a combo I'd chose.


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