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Old 02-10-2012, 08:19 PM   #1
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I am thinking of getting this gun in a snub .22LR just for plinking around with because its 19 oz and heavier than the 10oz S&W .22 snub and seems like it would be a fun challenging plinker.Anyone know if they are any good or does anyone have experience with them?

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Old 02-10-2012, 10:45 PM   #2
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I have one, it's the perfect practice piece for my .38 undercover DAO charter arms revolver.

Get some .22 snap caps and shoot it a bunch while you're watching tv and the trigger smooths right out. I did this with the .38 as well. With the .22 get a box of 500 anything .22 and go to the range. When your done you'll be a great snub nose shooter. It's also handy if you fish to have some shotshells for snakes handy.

A friend of mine has the 4" barreled .22/.22 magnum. Nice little pistol.

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Old 02-10-2012, 11:27 PM   #3
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I am looking at a Charter .22 revolver with the 2" barrel. It seems like a nice shooter with the look, feel, and weight of a higher-caliber revolver. This pup would seem to allow me a lot of practice time while using relatively inexpensive .22 ammo.
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Great company too. They backup their product. I sent my revolver in for a check up after about 20 years. They sent it back good as new and, with a nice set of wood grips as well as my original Pachmeyers. Can't beat that.
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Have one of the older ones with a 3"barrel and stainless. Shoots better than I can hold. Perfect match for my 4 digit serial number undercover that I've had since the late 70's.

Lots of rounds thru it .

Think you will enjoy the experience

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