From its home territory of New England comes this very attractive Charter Undercover Revolver in Nickel Finish. Its 77000 range serial number indicates late 1960s production, probably 1969. Manufacturer was Charter Arms’s first plant, Bridgeport, Conn., and barrel is so marked. Type is double and single action light weight pocket revolver. Construction is steel barrel, cylinder assembly, main frame, hammer, trigger, and internal parts, with an alloy grip frame and trigger guard assembly. Barrel is 2 inch, eight groove right hand 1:18.75 rifling. Sigt is barrel integral serrated blade on a solid rib; rear sight is frame integral fixed notch. Cylinder capacity is 5 rounds of .38 Smith & Wesson Special caliber ammunition, not recommended for +P. Metal finish is entirely nickel, except for the blued serrated face .300 trigger and matching short serrated spur hammer. Grips are factory, but not original, cut checkered walnut. Overall length is 6 1/2 inches; height is 4 1/2 inches; and cylinder diameter is 1.3 inches. Weight empty is 16 1/4 ounces, with center of gravity at the trigger face. Surface detractions on this Nickel Undercover are moderate, edge pecking at places on the upper frame, sight, left side muzzle, and trigger guard edges, with some weakness to the finish. We rate this Charter as Very Good, 75 to 80 percent vicinity by our estimate. Photos, at any rate, ought to suffice for our distinguished shoppers to judge finish grade for themselves. Bore, cylinder chambers, and mechanism are all bright and clean. Double action trigger pull is stiff but smooth, 12 pound vicinity, with a crisp original 3 1/2 pound single action pull. Cylinder times correctly in all five positions on both single and double action. Lateral play to the cylinder is minimal with the trigger relaxed. With the trigger fully depressed, however, there is no lateral play whatsoever. Blast effect to the under side of the frame top strap directly above the barrel’s forcing cone is minimal, only a faint etchy line with no depth. Cylinder face to forcing cone gap measures a perfect .006. We do not believe this revolver has been fired more than 50 times. We’re offering this 1960s early production Charter Undercover for only $ 339.00.
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