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You may not believe this but... Charter 2000 is EXPANDING!

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by gunfan, Sep 30, 2005.

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  1. gunfan

    gunfan Member

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    I recommend looking up their new full-framed, all-steel 'Bulldog' revolvers they are coming out with in .32 H&R Magnum (2" & 4" barrels w/adjustable or fixed sights) as well as .357 S&W Magnum and .44 S&W Special with 4" & 6" barrels w/fixed or adjustable sights. They will be at the S.H.O.T. show next february!

    Enjoy!

    Scott
     
  2. Old Fuff

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    Interesting, but where should we look?? :D
     
  3. P. Plainsman

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    Yeah, I don't see any recent updating at their website:

    www.charterfirearms.com

    A 4" adjustable .32 Mag, you say? ... hmm ...
     
  4. gunfan

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    You can call them @

    1-203-922-1652 and ask them yourself! I kid you not, these will be some of the best revolvers they've conceived to this day!

    I can't wait!

    Scott
     
  5. Leadbutt

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    I quess since Hi-Point has bought them out, they are going to expand the line a little,,, could be a good thing
     
  6. denfoote

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    Hi Point???!!
    Where's the link for that!!
     
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    You're right. I don't believe it.
     
  9. magsnubby

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    Hi Point & Charter 2000?????
     
  10. MICHAEL T

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    scarey huh :what: a Charter HI Arms Point or CHAP sorta like CRAP
     
  11. Moonclip

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    Interesting, I heard they were in reorginazation/bankrupcy, ahh, the internet!

    I did notice they did not pay the fee to keep their Bulldog model on my states approved list. Strange as it costs like a few thousand to submit a gun but only a few hundred I think to keep it on there a year or two longer. Only a fewe guns sold would have made that up.
     
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    My dad bought a stainless .44 PUG. It is light for carry but easily the worst single and double action ever, even worse than the POS ported Rossi nightmare.

    I'll stick with my Rugers:)

    [​IMG]
     
  13. gunfan

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    The truth is...

    Hi-Point is simply charged with the ADVERTISING of the Charter 2000 armaments, NOT their manufacture! I am truly relieved to hear this!

    I got that by calling Charter 2000 directly. This is a completely verifiable statement. Call them yourself if you have even the slightest doubt of my veracity.

    Scott
     
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