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Charter Arms Off Duty Holster?????

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by JTMcC, Jun 1, 2006.

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  1. JTMcC

    JTMcC Member

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    I've got a Charter Arms Off Duty and I'm looking for a holster, nylon is fine, and it doesn't have to be anything fancy.
    But this thing is smaller than any snub nose I've ever had and I'm wondering if the holsters for the small S&W's will fit this gun snuggly?
    Anyone have one and if so what holser are you happy with?

    Thanks and Have a Day!

    JTMcC.
     
  2. wixedmords

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    Where do you want to carry the gun on your body JTM?
     
  3. Whirlwind06

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    I have a Charter Arms undercover, which I think is a bit smaller then yours (5 shot vs 6 shot). Right now I'm using a Uncle Mike's #10 IWB ambidextrous holster. It works pretty good. Not a perfect fit, maybe one size smaller would be perfect. But the slightly bigger holster gives options to move the pistol around, up down forward and back to make it more comfortable while sitting.
     
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    Just about anything that fits a Colt Detective Special or Smith and Wesson model 36 Chiefs Special should be adequate for your Charter.
     
  5. BluesBear

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    The five shot Charter Arms revolvers are nearly the exact same size a a S&W J-frame. Therefore a leather holster for a Colt D-frame would be a rather loose fit.

    In nylon it might be OK but would depend on how tight the retaining strap held it.

    Just about every revolver holster style is made in the J-frame size so you have a lot of choices available.
     
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