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Old 06-18-2012, 03:48 AM   #1
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Anyone have some suggestions of some pocket size concealed hammer revolvers other than the lcr and something with a budget pricetag in mind?

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Old 06-18-2012, 03:53 AM   #2
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How about Charter Arms?

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The charter arms bulldog comes to mind. S&W has a couple out I think that are good.

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Charter Arms is an American company mfg in the USA with a lifetime warranty on their firearms. Excellent company to deal with and they support shooting sports.
http://www.charterfirearms.com/

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If you don't like the LCR then you might not like the only other I'd suggest, which would be a j-frame smith, like the air light. I can't recall the price but can't be that much more than the others in that category.

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I really do like the lcr but I'm considering a revolver as a backup gun and don't wanna spend what an lcr costs

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I really do like the lcr but I'm considering a revolver as a backup gun and don't wanna spend what an lcr costs
I understand how you feel but let me guarantee you if you can save a little longer and get yourself that LCR, you will be very pleased and have a very nice internal hammer revolver that will last you a lifetime. I sure wouldn't mind having an LCR, myself.
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Seems like everytime I look at small shrouded hammer 38's the S&W is always less expensive than the LCR.That's what I would get if I was on a budget.I even seen one for $300 used in 100% condition at my local store,and that's a pretty common price for a used one,new they run about $440 where I live.

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I have the S&W 642. It's a perfect revolver, but it's about $400 new. See if you can find a used one. You won't regret it.

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Search the used gun counters for used . By a SS model or ulra lite if you work at a job that sweaty. I carried a taurus 85SS for 20 years ,also own a charter arms lite weight thats 13oz. Both had expossed trigger but I learn over the years to cover the top of the revolver when drawn so no snags could happen. But today theres so many choices out there. I see new sw 442 for 380 and ultra lite charterarms for 300. Looka round. used mid 250 to 300 range.

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