Re: Charter Arms
The older Charter guns were decent weapons, Phl, but the more recent ones are a POS. I made the mistake of buying one a couple of years ago (a .38 snubbie) that failed to fire at least one out of five, sometimes more. I sent it back to Charter for repair and when I got it back, the bloody cylinder would not stay on the rod and it still misfired! I finally gave up and filed it away under the "I got screwed" category. If you want an expensive door stop, buy a Charter. Otherwise, save your pennies and buy a quality firearm.