Pawn Shop Circuit: Undercover
Neil's example was a good one. A good bit of the finish was still there, although the frame had turned plum and the cylinder had bare metal showing. The Undercover was never the prettiest gun on the rack, it was just a hard working carry gun, so that was OK. Functionally it was a winner. The cylinder locked up well, and the trigger, although heavy, was smooth.
I thought about it a bit. Neil was wanting $159 for the Undercover. I decided to wait a while, not because the revolver was a bad gun, not because the deal wasn't decent, but because I wasn't sure I wanted to open up that door.
Now, I'm still thinking about that little hideout gun. $159 ain't bad.
JPG gives an expert synopsis of the Charter Arms Undercover.