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Charter Arms Pitbull 40
« on: February 21, 2018, 02:45:25 pm »
I picked this one up yesterday - Charter Arms Pitbull 40 S&W. I have a thing for revolvers chambered in an auto pistol round and since I already have the 45 ACP version, this was just the next in line. I reload 40 S&W and 10MM so this fits into my program.

I gave it a good cleaning and added the Altamont grips and took it to the range. I shot 150 rounds of handloads through it. 180 gr lead FP, 180gr Berry's FP, and 180gr Hornady XTP and it shot all without any problems. It was more accurate with my bunny fart lead reloads.

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Re: Charter Arms Pitbull 40
« Reply #1 on: April 23, 2018, 06:33:36 pm »
I had a Taurus 905 for a couple of years. 2" bbl, five-shot 9x19mm revolver with moon clips. Put hundreds of rounds through it with no problems. Would recommend for $300 or less.
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