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Charter Arms Off Duty 38 Special 2" Barrel 5 Round Laser Revolver 53814
Charter Arms Off Duty 38 Special 2" Barrel 5 Round Laser Revolver 53814
Charter Arms Off Duty 38 Special 2" Barrel 5 Round Laser Revolver 53814

Charter Arms Off Duty 38 Special 2" Barrel 5 Round Laser Revolver 53814

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Product Summary

Wearing a holstered pistol is sometimes not an option, and concealment can be a challenge with some revolvers, but not the Off Duty. With a 2" barrel and double-action, this revolver is ideal for tucking in a waistband, under a shirt or in a pocket because the enclosed hammer will never snag on clothing at absolutely the wrong time. Constructed of heat-treated 7075 aluminum and steel, this 5-shot .38 Special weighs in at only 12 oz. The Crimson Off Duty features Crimson Trace lasergrips, which enables greater speed and accuracy.


- Charter Arms model 53814 Crimson Off Duty revolver
- .38 Special +P caliber
- 2" barrel
- 5 round capacity
- Double action only
- Full hammer block safety
- Crimson Trace lasergrip
- Stainless steel finish
- 7075 aluminum frame
- Enclosed hammer
- Barrel is threaded into the frame for strength
- One piece barrel, lug, and sight
- Protected ejector rod
- Three point cylinder lock up
- Ergonomically designed trigger
- All American made
- Weighs 12 ounces

Caliber Dictionary

The Below Information Has Been Provided From Our Gun Caliber Dictionary And Is Meant For Informational Purposes Only. It Is Not Intended to Describe The Unique Specifications For This Ammunition.
The 38 Special (38 S&W Special, 38 Colt Special) was introduced in 1902. It is essentially a slightly extended 38 Long Colt case, length 1.1551 inches, with operating pressure increased from 13,000 to 17,000 psi. Bullet diameter is .357-inch. The 38 Special became the gold standard personal defense revolver cartridge and was standard among most American law enforcement agencies for many years. Bullet weights vary from 110 to 158 grains, with a 158-grain bullet at 800 feet per second the most common. In the 1960s pressure was increased again to 18,500 psi, creating the 38 Special +P load, with increased velocity and energy. 38 Long and Short Colt ammunition can be fired in any 38 Special chamber, but not the reverse. 38 Special +P is safe in modern steel-frame 38 Special revolvers, but should not be used in aluminum-frame 38 Special revolvers. 38 Special remains a standard and popular revolver chambering. — Craig Boddington

Specification   Value
Caliber   38 Special
Condition   New
MFG NO    53814
SKU    11045392
UPC    NOUPC4454
Charter Arms
Phone:   203-922-1652
Email:   dbecker@charterfirearms.com
Website:   http://www.charterfirearms.com
Address:   18 Brewster Lane

Shelton, CT 06484
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