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Charter Arms 73220 Undercoverette 5RD 32H&R 2"

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Model: 73220
Condition: Factory New
Bud's Item Number: 48448
UPC: 678958732207

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You may never have considered a .32 for concealed carry. But Charter’s Undercoverette is out to change your mind! This revolver offers potent Magnum stopping power making it ideal for home protection. Yet it has a short 2” barrel making it easy to conceal and carry. 

The Undercoverette also offers lighter recoil, making it a comfortable revolver for recreational shooting. Safety, reliability, stopping power, less recoil—the Undercoverette delivers.

Finish Olive Drab
Type Not Valid
Action Striker Fire Action
Caliber 444 Marlin
Barrel Length 5.16"
Capacity 11 + 1
Safety Internal Lock
Grips Gold Sparkles
Sights White Front, Low Profile Carry Rear
Weight 16 oz
Finish Stainless
Type Revolver
Action Single/Double
Caliber 32 H&R Mag
Barrel Length 2"
Capacity 5
Safety Hammer block Only
Grips Black
Sights Fixed
Weight 16 oz
Finish Midnight Blue
Type Revolver
Action Single
Caliber 17 Mach 2
Barrel Length 6.88"
Capacity 13+1/16+1 (Grip Extension)
Safety Mag Safety Only
Grips Camo
Sights Novak Brass Bead Front, Novak Rear
Weight 16 oz

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3 Reviews. Average Rating: 3.7 of 5 Stars! [3.7 of 5 Stars!]
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Reviewed By: Ernest P on 11/06/2014 Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
I also purchased this gun for my daughter. I had previously purchased her a 22 magnum revolver without realizing that most 22 mag revolvers have a necessarily heavy trigger pull. Something to do with the need for a heavy strike to set off the primer. So, I went with the U.S.A. made Charter Arms 32 mag.

I am very happy with the quality and finish of the gun, especially for the price. My daughter shoots it well and it seems accurate enough for the task at hand (short range self defense). I purchased some 32 SW Long wad cutter rounds for target practice and some hard hitting Buffalo Bore 32 H&R mags. for self defense. These supposedly hit a little harder than most and have the anti-flash powder for firing at night.

The recoil on the 32 H&R is noticeably lighter than the 38 Special and is much better for shooters with smaller hands. Very advisable for inexperienced shooters who rarely handle a weapon and just need a home/vehicle defense weapon.

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Reviewed By: Steven B on 10/29/2011 Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
I bought this gun for my Daughter (CCW license holder) who is petite & didn't like the recoil of a .38 or 9MM. I wanted to get her the hottest load that wouldn't hurt her hand from recoil.The H&R Magnum is pretty potent for it's small size & I believe is much more effective than a .22, .25 or .32ACP. My Daughter loves this pistol & has fired several hundred rounds through it without any problems. An added bonus is that this pistol will also shoot .32 long ammo. Fit & finish is very good. Accuracy is suprisingly good at 15-20 yards. A revolver is always a better choice for anyone who does not have the strength to reliably "rack" the slide on a semi-auto. Also, the reliability of revolvers is legendary.

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Reviewed By: Don W on 12/24/2009 Rating: 1 of 5 Stars! [1 of 5 Stars!]
Got my Charter Arms .32 h&r in time for Christmas for my wife, and I can't tell you the disappointment I felt upon inspecting the weapon. The revolver exhibited numerous pitting and scars especially around the top frame. By the serial # there was a small area of pitting and what appeared to be rust in the pitting. They had struck the word "Undercoverette" too close to the end of the barrel and there was an imperfection on the crown of the barrel because of it. I sent it back and they sand blasted the rusty pitting and the crown of the barrel, but the many abrasions, scars and pitting remained. They did a sub-par job of the blasting, as each area is very noticeable Also when you dry fire the weapon, there is a scar developing ALREADY around the cylinder where it rotates. I should have spent the extra $60 and gotten a Taurus. I do not recommend this revolver at all, and am surprised that Charter Arms is still in business putting out this type of inferior product. Based upon my experience with this gun, I would never buy another Charter Arms product and would dissuade anyone else from purchasing one.

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