Charter Arms introduces a left hand version of their popular Pink Lady revolver in .38 Special +P caliber.
This is the combination of two very popular revolvers that Charter Arms has recently introduced. The first being the world’s first left hand revolver* the Charter Arms Southpaw and the second being Charter Arm’s wildly popular Pink Lady revolver.
Both the Southpaw and Pink Lady evolved from Charter Arms’ popular compact ultra-lightweight Undercover Series. The left hand Pink Lady version is a true left hand revolver, it is a direct mirror image of its standard right hand cousin and weighs a feathery 12-ounces thanks its tough 7075 aircraft aluminum frame.
Like its right hand cousin, the left hand Pink Lady is chambered for .38 Special +P, boasts an exposed hammer, 2-inch stainless steel barrel and 5-round stainless steel cylinder. Set off by black rubber grips, the overall package is a looker for folks who need reliable self-defense power in a stylish great-looking firearm.
The suggested retail for the left hand Pink Lady is $435.00 (Model Number 93830). This price is a tad higher than the right hand Pink Lady ($399.00) as it obviously requires different tooling and due to (lack of) economy of scale it is not produced in the numbers of the right hand model.
For more information on this and other Charter Arms products, visit www.charterfirearms.com
Charter Arms introduces a left hand version of their popular Pink Lady revolver in…
by Tactical-Life.com / Jul 18, 2008