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Charter Arms Bulldog 44 special

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by hoosier, Dec 4, 2008.

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  1. hoosier

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    F/S Charter Arms Bulldog 44 special

    $250.00 plus shipping to your FFL.
     
  2. tonygrz

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    What's the weight of the revolver? Main concern for me.

    thannks,

    tony garza
     
  3. jimx200

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    Pretty decent revolver for the money...I have one in 38 and weight is fine. Maybe the 44 is heavier?
     
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    It WILL get the fight over in a hurry.

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  5. hoosier

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    Tony,the weight is 22 oz.
     
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    What barrel length?
    Blue or stainless? If it is a stainless snub nose, I'll take it. Email me where to send money and FFL. ship to 19804

    Thanks

    Big Dave
     
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    Except for the 4" barrel on the target version, the .44 Bulldogs have 2.5" barrels and are 5 shot.


    Eric
     
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    Except for the 4" barrel on the target version, the .44 Bulldogs have 2.5" barrels and are 5 shot.


    Eric
     
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    dan you still buy new ?----and if so how much?---thanks
     
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    Charter Arms is still in business. They still make the .44 Bulldog. Blue or Staninless.

    As far as cost?

    They are $428.00 cheaper than a S&W Model 329 .44mag or Model 325 .45ACP

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    Pictures???
     
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    Google?

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    They are a little tinny for a 44 Sp.

    A far better cheap 44 Sp. is either a Rossi or a Taurus. I have had all 3 and also the S&W 696, which is the best of the bunch of course......it is a lot more money.

    Don't buy the Charter Arms in 44 Sp., you won't be satisfied.
     
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    I still have a scar where the cylinder latch dug a hole in my hand over 30 years ago. It still hurts when I think about shooting it, but I still have it. I took the edges off of the cylinder latch and put on a better set of grips. I like those CCI Blaser 200 grain Flying Ash Cans. I have a Charter .38 snubby as well. Neither one has had any issues except they are not that well made (Finish Wise) and that the .44 wasn't much fun to shoot until I made a few modifications.

    If I were in the market, I'd look at something else before settling on the BullDog. nIf cost wer the only factor, there are a few others in that price range.
     
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    Big Dave, It is not stainless. Redhawk44 and Quack Shot, I would like to thank you for coming to everyone's rescue pertaining to the Charter Arms 44 special. It is people like you that make this site so enjoyable and informative. If I can ever be of any assistance to either one of you please let me know. Again, thank you very much. Hoosier
     
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    hoosier I do respect Redhawks opinion as he has stuff in publication . I have read his stuff I think it was on an out house wall .
     
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    Hoosier....when I first read your opening post, I got the impression that you were looking to BUY a Bulldog, not sell one. Perhaps I scanned it too fast and therefore misunderstood the intent of the thread....my apologies.

    ALF99.......up yours.
     
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    Redhawk44, No problem. Apology accepted. Have a Very Merry Christmas. And I hope everyone has a Very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. Hoosier
     
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