Joe Primal: Got one the other day. Love it. Absolutely love it.
Justin Prather: Do these fit in serpa snubby holsters?
lfouse232: 44 special
ThatTokenGuy: I just put one down for a layaway. When I get it I think I might just bob
the hammer to make it double action only so I can see the sight better.
Tom Nelson: Good video. Thank you.
ww321: I have the UC Lite, weight is 14oz. I use graphite lock oil on the trigger
and hammer parts to reduce the double action trigger pull. Great guns for
the price. I would have no problem relying on mine in a life/death
fungas4201: its not a Ferrari dude, is it reliable and can i save the bank by going
with this instead of a S&W.. just looking for something reliable for the
old lady u know haha.. thanks, much appreciated.. good vid.
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
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.
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
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 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.
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
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
jpesall: looks like junk
Charter Arms Undercover .38 Special Snub Nose Revolver - A classic snubby4.1
out of 5
979roadrunner: Yeah I found info after I posted that, the stock power was 95 @ 8000, still
pretty stout for an air cooled 80s bike
I just bought one so total newb
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(it's really not that much, but it's enough to be noteworthy) they have
exposed themselves in a major way to our fiscal policies. Any investment
has risk, on both sides of a trade. Being a bond holder doesn't change
that. Not to mention they are currently captive to the demand curves of the
American consumer. Might change one day, but for at least the next 5 years
this will be the case.