Charter Arms Undercover .38 Special Snub Nose Revolver - A Classic Snubby




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Douglas Plante: Thank god you let everyone know the gun was unloaded at the beginning of your video. It made me feel at ease knowing that I couldn't be accidentally shot.

Garett Castle: I own one, and I have to say, for a everyday CCW, its great. Not designed to be a combat pistol, its a great defensive revolver. If I am going to open carry, Id carry something else, but its great, light weight. At the range, it fires fine. No issues with the cylinder or anything. However, after firing it a few times, putting about 20 rounds through it, the gun powder residue started to make the cylinder stick when trying to open it to empty it. Cleaned it up, and kept on firing. I can wear this all day, and not worry. For the price point, and for its intended purpose, its great. I bought my wife one too.

Harvey Henkelmann: It's not a Smith or a Ruger, so it must suck, right?

Chris Brown: the type that killed john lennon I hate that gun

Vincent Hollaway: I have an older one and it goes bang every time I pull the trigger. Nice vid.

Dave Fellows: Is it just my computer? or does this video cut off a 21 seconds for everyone else too?

MrStephensegarra: Mine is very smooth and absolutely zero play

personaldfence: Being from New Mexico, my wife wants the Santa Fe edition

topthrilljoester: I have the Tiger stripe 38. Neat little gun

Yan Tama: yes you right Mark David Chapman used Charter Arms Undercover .38 Special revolver to killed John lennon

Michael Fowler: Sorry dude but junk it is not. Fits the hand nicely. Finish is not fancy but functional. For the price it is not bad and it shoots on cue. Video points out some things that most people are not really concerned about when looking for a revolver.

Jon with no h , a shootology channel: I have an older C/A 38, from my Dad. It is an ok revolver, more meant to be carried a lot, and shot a little. Such a light 38 is not fun to shoot a lot with real full power ammo.

x39FMJ: The difference in how far the hammer comes back between double-action and single-action is normal and common on all DA/SA guns

MrStephensegarra: That 38 was dirty and abused that's why the revolving cylinder was loose and bent like that.

KerryInTheNameOf: Correct me if I'm wrong, but wasn't John Lennon shot with a Charter Arms .38?

Starlin Sims: I think they made these revolver's for a point and shoot scenerio, not for aiming over a certain distance, I could be wrong. One of my local dealers has one, will be getting it soon.

Hellathome: Just bought my 1 revolver today

kingdave77: I had the same problem.

Michael Fowler: Sorry. I could only watch this for about 8 minutes or so. Useless video as far as I am concerned. Does nothing to influence one's opinion if a revolver is a consideration. Some points made are speaking to cosmetics with no reference to actual useage. Much yak, yak about nothing in my opinion!

jpesall: looks like junk
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Charter Arms Undercover .38 Special Snub Nose Revolver - A classic snubby 4.3 out of 5

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The Druid: a few tips for you as you asked for in your flashlight video...if you don't mind? 1. SLOW DOWN. You are shooting "quantity" over quality. 2. Your draw. Nock the arrow but don't draw the arrow until your bow arm is already at full extension. So point the arrow tip at the target first and THEN draw the bow. This helps prevent the string from twisting too much as you draw. 3. Form. You are tilting your head to the right, sort of trying to "meet" the bow string. Stand up straight, keep your head upright and bring the bow sight to YOU. Take a long, slow breath in and begin an equally slow exhale. I can't really tell if your anchor point is the same but if you notice it yourself, your index finger should ALWAYS touch the EXACT same point on your face EVERY SINGLE TIME you draw. Personally, I have my bow set to where my index finger touches the corner of my mouth. That is my anchor point. make sure yours is the same spot every time [if you notice it isn't]. 4. Release. Exhale about half of your breath and hold your breath for about 1/2 a second when your sight is on the target. At that time, let the string roll off your fingertips by its own force. It looks to me like you are trying to force the release by "pulling" your fingers away. That will throw your shot EVERY time. 5. Follow-through. After you have release your arrow, you are not holding the bow in the "shoot" position long enough. I can see you are dropping your bow hand way too early...tilting or tipping the bow down right after the shot. A rule of thumb is, your bow should be in the same position for about one second after the you hear the arrow hit the target. The bow has recoil and if you don't hold it in place long enough, that recoil + poor follow-through = really poor accuracy. **special notes: 1. I can't see where the bow string is on your fingers but it should be about halfway between your fingertip and the first knuckle. It should NOT be inside the knuckle joint because it will 'bind'...making the string twist and "jump" as you release. 2. You are using a mixture of different arrows. Use only the same arrows of the same weights with tips of the same weight. So all of that ^ in a short paragraph is: Nock your arrow, stand up straight and point the tip at the target. Take a slow deep breath as you draw your bow. Align the sight and slowly exhale about half that breath. Hold your breath for half a second and let the string roll off the tips of your fingers. Hold the bow there until 1 second after you heard it hit the target. Hope this helps you :)
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Charter Arms Undercover .38 Special Snub Nose Revolver - A classic snubby