Connecticut-based Charter Arms has something really useful and different: a line of revolvers chambered in semi-auto calibers.
Academy Sports issued a recall notice for Charter Arms Lady .38 Special revolvers sold between February 2012 and July 2016.
A gun owner whose stolen revolver was used in the conspiracy of New Hampshire teacher Pamela Smart to kill her husband in 1990 is finally getting his gun back.
A gun owner whose revolver was used in the conspiracy of New Hampshire teacher Pamela Smart to kill her husband was told he won’t be getting his gun back.
The Guns.com team hit the showroom floor at the 42nd NASGW meeting and expo in New Orleans this week to scope out some of the latest offerings on hand.
Replicas of the LAPD 2019 Blaster Pro as used in the 1982 film “Blade Runner” are now available for the low, low price of $900.
Charter Arms has designed a limited Heller Commemorative .44 Bulldog. This fully engraved .44 Special revolver commemorates the historic win of the U.S. Supreme Court case Heller v. D.C.
Given a life full of experiences, it is often the case that the oldest man in the room is the most dangerous. Though dated (and with the right loads and holsters), these old battle ax concealed carry guns can still serve shooters today as excellent personal protection guns (and have the years behind them to prove it).
American Rifleman has a quick-and-dirty review of Charter Arms’ Pitbull 9mm revolver, one of the most interesting concealed-carry pistols to hit the market.