This listing is for One set of grips. Buyers, however, may take any number of extras we have on hand at the same per-set price and with no additional shipping charges. They Do Not have their logo shields; Do Not have their grip screws, Do Not have their screw escutcheons. This is only the walnut portion, one might say blanks, from Charter Arms. These are left over stock from the early 1990s that we found in an old Atlantic Coast warehouse. Manufacturer is Charter Arms in their old Stratford CT plant that closed in 1991. Construction is press checkered American Walnut. Finish is semi-gloss. Buyers will need to get their own Logo Shields, grip screws, and screw nut or escutcheon. These grips are unfinished in respect to their hardware. If the hardware was readily available, we’d sure have these dressed out, but it is not. Some of the 1980s and 1990s production Charters had factory rubber grips with nickel plated logos, and those logos will probably work on these, but the rubber grips’ screws certainly will not fit. If a person has a worn or cracked set of similar Charter Wood Grips, you can rob those damaged grips of their hardware and it will work on these. These grips will fit any Charter Arms Revolver. Models include all variants of the Undercover, OD3825 Off Duty, Undercoverette, Bulldog, Police Bulldog, and Pathfinder. They will not fit a Smith & Wesson Chief’s Special, will not fit an Armscor, will not fit a Rossi model 69; and will not fit the handle of an Ames Plumb Roofing Hatchet. They will only fit Charter Arms revolvers, and a person will need screws and nut and logos to make them work. None of these grips have ever been installed. They have, however, been stored now for over 20 years all boxed together, and there are occasional small surface mars as the photos will show. We rate these Charter Grips as Excellent and Unissued, 95 percent vicinity by our estimate, but photos ought to suffice for our distinguished shoppers to judge finish grade for themselves. These cannot, of course, be replaced. Fully dressed Charter Walnut Grips command prices well over $50 a set, because many of the Charters are now collectable. We’re offering the set of Charter grips in the photos or their identical mates from the same batch, each pair for only $ 22.00. >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Grips, Magazines, slings, holsters, scopes, mounts, parts & most any small light items, entire accessory orders only $10.00 total shipping no matter how many a person buys. $10.00 for an entire order, Not $10.00 per item or anything of the sort. $20 Flat Fee on magazine orders to Alaska, Hawaii, or Puerto Rico, and gun parts to PR civilians must ship to an FFL. Magazines and any small light non-gun items ride free with ammo orders. We accept checks with no more than 7 days hold. GA Pay, MC, Visa, Discover phone- or fax-in 7 3 1 9 8 9 4 7 2 3 orders, USPS Money Order items shipped ASAP please put your full information, venue number, and what the item is on any messages. Internet phone hours 8:00 – 5:00 CST Mon – Fri. Robertson Trading Post 117 Front Street PO Box 365 Henderson, Tennessee 38340. We buy, sell, and trade. Always have, since 1952.
$10.00 total for an entire order lower 48. for any combination of small light items. $20 to AK, HI, or PR. Grips Magazines & all small items ride free with Gun or Ammo shipments. We Buy, Sell, or Trade. We always have.
We Buy, Sell, or Trade. Always have.
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