Charter Arms Revolvers are an American original - For over 40 years Charter
Arms has proudly maintained the traditions of New England's famed Gun Valley,
the cradle of the American firearms industry. Today, revolvers from Charter
Arms are recognized for: ease of use, simplicity of design, trouble-free operation,
durability, and superior safety. Setting the American standard for reliable,
safe and affordable personal protection. At Charter Arms, the tradition continues.
I bought this and have taken it a few times to the range. this gun
is a hoot to shoot. i was surprised by the recoil being easier on my
wrist than i expected. i own glocks, rugers, smiths, t/c's etc...........big bores
and found this to be a fun gun to shoot. i bought a nice leather holster
and cc with it. for the price you just cant beat it. buying my wife a 38.
look gang, mine is a 44 special and weighs only 21 oz.........the 38 i'm
buying weighs 12 oz.......just great deals and good shooters.
try one, you wont be sorry.........100% made in the usa also - DENNY
I usually keep it in the car as I carry an NAA Mini-Revolver, but the Bulldog will fit in the front pocket of a pair of dress pants or suit - although it is a bit heavy - or in an in the pants holster under a long shirt or sport coat. Very accurate with 200 grain Speer Gold Dots or with Cowboy Action Loads or reloads (for practice).
Only problem is finding ammunition. - J. K.
This revolver is the ultimate in concealed carry cannons. Slightly smaller than the .45 it has virtually the same punch as the renowned .45 ACP. The advantage is the lighter weight and reliability of a revolver vs. the automatic. One might say "Well it only holds five rounds." Fact is folks, if you didn't get the job done in five, three more ain't going to help you, buy a club. I have found accuracy to be quite acceptable given the average shooting range of most confrontations and recoil is over exaggerated by many nine millimeter fans that squat to pee. The grip is very comfortable and the weapon points well. The only thing I did to enhance the sight picture was to buy a small can of florescent white paint and with a tooth pick, add two dots on each side at the top of the hammer well and one to the back of the front sight and wow---combat sights.
This is a fine, reasonably priced revolver and a great backup or protection piece. I recommend it highly. - R. M.