Self-Defense Versatility

Charter Arms Patriot .327 Federal Magnum.

During the ’60s and ’70s as my kids were growing up, we spent a lot of time as a family camping and roaming around the hills. By the time they all reached high school and I could see our time together as a group would be more and more difficult to achieve, we rented a motor home and spent some time traveling. In all of those outings my insurance policy was labeled “Charter Arms.”

Our constant companion, whether in my pocket, the top of my boot, or in the motor home was a Charter Arms Bulldog in .44 Special. When they became available in stainless steel, a second “Dog” was added to the Taffin family and this became my wife’s constant companion while fly-fishing. She also started with the blued Bulldog, however, it always seemed to wind up in the water at least once during every trip, and so the stainless Bulldog was a most welcome addition. It should be obvious to anyone how important Charter Arms has been to our family.

Over the years Charter Arms has offered relatively low cost, dependable, easy-to-carry, double-action revolvers in .38 Special, .44 Special, .32 Magnum and .357 Magnum, for those whose self-defense needs are filled by a revolver. When the first J-frame-sized .38 Special Charter Arms arrived in the 1960s, the revolver was king. We are now living in the semi-automatic age; however, there is still plenty of room, especially when it comes to self-defense, for the simplicity and dependability of a double-action revolver.

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