Shelton, Connecticut – Charter Arms, manufacturer of American made revolvers has added the Off Duty .38 Special and Undercover Lite .38 Special models to its line of personal defense revolvers. Both models are available in a high polish stainless steel finish with a matte black frame. Distributors attending the National Association of Sporting Goods Wholesalers Annual Meeting and Expo in Louisville, KY later this week will have the opportunity to see them up close at Charter Arms booth No.133.
Charter Arms President, Nick Ecker said, “What’s unique to both the Off Duty and the Undercover Lite is the high polish finish which offers a traditional look, while the matte black frame creates a futuristic appearance and style. These two new finishes complement the other models in the product line that have grown in popularity. Our customers will appreciate both models are sleek in appearance and were designed for concealable activities.”
The five shot, two inch barrel of the Off Duty and Undercover Lite frame are made from 7075 Aircraft Quality Aluminum which assures superior strength. Both models weigh 14 ounces, with serrated front and rear notched sights and come with combat rubber grip panels that can be changed out to a Crimson Trace Grip. The Off Duty has an internal (DAO) double action hammer, allowing the firearm to be shot repeatedly through the pocket without snagging, while the Undercover Lite model has an external standard hammer. Both of these new models are an ideal choice for any concealed carry situation.
Founded in 1964, Charter Arms manufactures a full line of revolvers made by professional, skilled American craftsmen in the heart of New England’s firearm valley in Shelton, CT. Steeped rich in tradition with unmatched customer service, Charter Arms revolvers are consistently associated with personal protection because of their strength, reliability and accuracy. All Charter Arms revolvers are covered with a lifetime warranty. For more information, visit http://CharterArms.com or call customer service, Ph: (203) 922-1652.