There are a variety of magazines that cover the AR7 things, from tiny 8-round magazines up to the 25-round Ram-Line magazines that don’t perform in any way. I bought one for the sake of having “all the things” as I had mentioned holsters, and was interested to see if they were really as bad as they claim to be. Yes, they’re ridiculously awful. The longest leather 1911 shoulder holster consecutive rounds I’ve ever had from this magazine were 11 rounds in one row. They’re made of plastic, so maybe that the “feed lips” are worn out. I’d prefer to think that they are not working in the way they currently will. You should not spend money on them for a sporadic style, but don’t think that you’ll get an dependable “stendo” magazine.
By using the mount for my scope, and the proper pistol scope, I am able to achieve excellent groups. Similar to an adjustable sight made of iron (specific for that of the Charter Arms Explorer II). One thing to keep in mind about this rear view is that when I bought mine. That one windage screw was not present as was the blade for the sight. I purchased an Charter Arms revolver sight blade from Numrich. And then came to the conclusion that it was that the screw for windage. And purchased a few identical ones for use. The screw’s link can be found located here to help in the event. That anyone finds themselves in the same position as me.
Conclusion: Charter Arms Explorer II
For the record I don’t think it is a good handgun that rimfires. It’s not the most reliable when it comes to low rounds. And it is clearly poorly produced holsters, however I am awestruck by it. When it’s working it’s a blast because it’s a distinct and unique from the other handguns that are available. I’ve 1911 vertical shoulder holster had great luck as regards accuracy. And the many accessories allow the gun to play around with and customize in different ways. If you come across one of theseguns,
I would not suggest spending excessively for them. I’d suggest that the typical street value for a used one is about $300. The mounts, barrels and other components are rare and costly. In the end I suggest taking a look If you have a friend. Who owns one or make an acquaintance in the park. They’re beautiful and nostalgic, and I’m all for this.