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Charter Undercover

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by longknife12, Feb 6, 2013.

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  1. longknife12

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    Found my answer.
    Dan
     
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  2. Nathanael_Greene

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    Now you've got me wondering what the question was...
     
  3. longknife12

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    Question was can older undercover handle 38+p's
    Dan
     
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    I had an Undercover circa 1977. I would not have wanted to try any +P in it. Did +P even exist back then?
     
  5. longknife12

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    FWIW, Charter finally emailed me back. By SN, pistol was made in 1988 and they do NOT recommend +P's. Guess I'll use it for traiding material.LOL
    Appreciate the help.Wanted to be sure before I hand proofed this thing.
    Dan
     
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