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May 30, 2013 Tallbald, with that serial number, it's probably right around the middle of that frame. My older one has a five-digit number beginning with 98, and my newer one has a seven digit number beginning with 100. The former dates from 1966, and the latter from 1987. They're good little guns, marketed at the time as 'a pound of protection'. I am in the process of putting together a data base on 'First Generation' Charter Arms revolvers. These will be ANY revolver with a barrel address (found on right side of all barrels) of either Bridgeport Connecticut (serial numbers less than 31,000?) or Stratford Connecticut (serial numbers less than 1,100,000?). Whatsapp For Lg E405 more. Charter Arms - 1st Generation Revolvers. Charter arms serial numbers lookup, charter arms undercover 38 special serial numbers, charter arms undercover serial.

  UNLOAD YOUR WEAPON! REMOVE THE AMMUNITION FROM THE ROOM! TURN OFF THE TELEVISION!! You'll need a cleaning kit. Brushes, rods, patches, powder solvent, and oil. Dependi ng on how dirty the gun is, you may need to remove the grips. (Solvent doesn't like pistol grips) Use solvent on a patch down the barrel, then move on to the cylinder, swab every part that could have been fouled by burnt powder.

Let the weapon sit for a few minutes. Run a.38cal bore brush up and down the barrel a few times, then through the cylinder a few times. (NOTE: when using a bore brush, use only a brush made out of material softer than steel. Most are bronze or plastic) Purists will tell you to brush in the direction of the bullet's travel, but you're dealing with around 1' of barrel. Just scrub it.

Scrub the chambers, and the nooks and crannies. *TIP* That old toothbrush you're about to replace? Blufftitler Project Files Inventor on this page. PERFECT GUN BRUSH! You can also shave the tip of the handle to guide patches into the rails and grooves of semi autos. Now you use patches and cotton rags through the bore and chambers. One at a time please. Use the rags to wipe down the frame and outside of the cylinder.