I've probably had a small 25acp in my pocket most days for many decades. My favorite seems to be the FN 1906 Vest Pocket that was made in...
I have found Charter Arms to have fantastic customer support. Please, give them a call and see what they suggest.
Not very important at all as long as it is usable.
Growing up it was normal for every boy and many girls to carry a pocket knife at all times.
Hard to beat that style holster. I use a Hunter for my New Service but one of my old Bucheimer's similar to yours for my 6" barreled Dan Wesson....
Nope, that grip is the 1917 version. Most likely 32acp, 10 +1. Possibly 380 9+1.
Great guns. Motto was "Ten shots quick." The first high cap...
Usually about a month but right now...who knows.
When you sell them you enter them into your records. Your records are not what makes something C&R.
Also a electronic logbook is now acceptable as long as you keep records of every change. What I do use an Excel spreadsheet and save the logbook...
Love my 5906 as a big, heavy, comfortable handgun but when carrying I find I actually carry the at the time "Compact" 469 far more often....
Dealer FFLs need to enter old guns into their log just as you need to enter it into your log. But some dealers out there refuse to accept 03FFLS...
None of my custom knives have been very expensive and all of them were bought to be used as well as admired but I do love them all.
A small James...
A nudder Terzuola
Also try to get more information. Right now there's not enough to really tell what you have. For example there were lots of different 16 gauge...
Getting older is a bitch but still beats the alternative. Feel better but don't push it.
Plus, remember that you have a black powder gun and it was not designed for smokeless cartridges.
Maybe because they like the lock feature.
By the way, Charter Arms also offers a left handed version of the Undercover.
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