The Chic Lady is another model in Charter's exciting line of colored revolvers. The heart of the Chic Lady is the popular Undercover Lite, but with an attractive pink or lavender anodized frame and high polished parts. Whether for personal protection or peace of mind, this model provides impressive stopping power while weighing a mere 12 oz. It is available with traditional spurred hammer or the enclosed hammer double action revolver ideal for tucking in a purse or pocket because the enclosed hammer will never snag. Constructed of tough aircraft-grade 7075 aluminum and steel, the Chic Lady offers rugged reliability and comfort. This ultra-lightweight 5-shot .38 Special features a 2" barrel and fixed front sight. Some models feature the Crimson Trace Grips.
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Type : Revolver
Action : Single/Double
Caliber : 38 Special
Barrel Length : 2"
Capacity : 5
Safety : Spurred
Grips : Crimson Trace Laser
Sights : Fixed
Weight : 12 oz
Finish : Lavender
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Submitted By: Hal Wooten On 07/06/2015
My wife wanted this .38 LAVENDER LADY. She is very happy with this .38 Special. We went to the gun range and she shot very well. So she told me to shoot and I really liked the revolver. Solid shooting firearm,shot fifty rounds with no problems. This .38 Special I would say is top-notch. If you want a .38 Special this is the one that performs well and the price is very fair. Go Charter Arms!
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