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Charter Arms Pathfinder 22 lr

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by russlate, Oct 27, 2004.

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  1. russlate

    russlate Member

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    Picked up one for $150 used, 3" bbl, adjustable sights, some blue wear on high points but nice and tight.

    As I recall, the original Charters, which this is, were pretty fair guns. Not Colt's or S&W's but not pieces of junk either.

    Did I do good pricewise?

    And what kind of accuracy should I expect from a rest, single action @25 yds. ?
     
  2. ACP230

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    I planned to buy one of them years ago.
    I'd pay $150 for one now, if I could find one.
     
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    Look like you did all right I paid that for a undercover a couple of years ago. I hadn't considered one in 22 . So many guns so little time .:D
     
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    They also had an earlier blued non-full-underlegged S&W K-22 in cherry condition - for $550.

    What I'm I'm really happy about ( considering I've not shot it yet ) that it isn't too gorgeous to toss behind the truck seat. Most of my stuff is in too "primo" condition to go out and use to knock about with without crying at the end of the day.

    If it shoots half as good as I suspect I'll grab another for anywhere close to the price.

    Maybe even a spare ( original ) Charter Arms 38 Undercover or two. Can't ever have too many 38 specials...
     
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