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    Charter Arms Professional

    I really like this!
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    Looks like a fun revolver! I have never shot .32H&R but we have folks here that seem to like it.
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    Well, as long as it's "professional" I guess it's ok.
    I absolutely hate shooting "amateur" firearms.
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    Why the H&R instead of Federal magnum?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fredward View Post
    Why the H&R instead of Federal magnum?
    That was my first thought. Must be cylinder length.
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    Definition of clip

    1: any of various devices that grip, clasp, or hook
    2: a device to hold cartridges for charging the magazines of some rifles; also : a magazine from which ammunition is fed into the chamber of a firearm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rickenbacher39 View Post
    Well, as long as it's "professional" I guess it's ok.
    I absolutely hate shooting "amateur" firearms.

    Likely would be even better if it was a Elite Professional?
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    Quote Originally Posted by glenwolde View Post
    That was my first thought. Must be cylinder length.

    yea IF they had chambered it in 32 S & W (not the long now!) then they could have made it a pocket pistol!
    them 32 S & W are lil bitty tiny cylinders!
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    Really like the design and grips. 32 H&R mag ammo is priced in line with 38special. I initially thought - sheez a varmint plinker, but after thinking a bit, It is growing on me. 7 rounds in a light weight revolver. Can't find specs yet, but Buds initial price is a bit over $500 when it ships. Maybe by next summer it will be shown to be a proven SD weapon and the price drops some, then might consider. Thanks for sharing.
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    Handloader magazine, Issue #316, OCT 2018, .32 H&R Magnum Pet Loads, Brain Pearce easily achieved over 1,000 fps with 100 gain XTP out of a J Frame S&W revolver with a 1 7/8" barrel. 3" should produce in the neighborhood of about 100 fps over the shorter J Frame barrel.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rickenbacher39 View Post
    Well, as long as it's "professional" I guess it's ok.
    I absolutely hate shooting "amateur" firearms.
    Tell me about it... I made the mistake of purchasing the Amateur models of firearms a couple of times, but they always felt so...well, amateur! Never again though, nowadays it intermediate or higher.

    So yeah folks, if you're ever at your LGS and you're eyeing that sweet Ruger LC9S Amateur or in this case, Charter Arms Amateur, please reconsider your decision and just pay a little bit more for the Professional model.

    Quote Originally Posted by olfarhors View Post
    Likely would be even better if it was a Elite Professional?
    If you're willing to spring for something as ritzy as an Elite Professional model then you might as well go for the Elite Professional Gold Cup Match - Mark II or the Special Limited Collector's Edition.
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