Summary: The manufacturer’s description and specs, the average user rating, and pricing info for the Charter Arms Pathfinder revolvers.
Charter’s Pathfinder has the look, feel and weight of a higher-caliber revolver, allowing you to gain proficiency while using relatively inexpensive .22-caliber ammo. It’s chambered in .22 LR or .22 WMR, and a combo version handles both cartridges. It features a stainless steel finish.
Charter also offers a Target model, which sports a 4″ barrel and an adjustable rear sight.
Other features include:
- a one piece barrel that’s threaded into the frame;
- a shrouded ejector rod;
- three-point cylinder lock up;
- an ergonomic trigger designed to not pinch the shooter’s finger;
- full-size rubber grips; and
- no cylinder stop to interfere with reloading or speed loaders.
MSRP: $412 (.22 LR)
MSRP: $415 (.22 WMR)
MSRP: $608 (Target combo)
|.22 LR, .22 WMR||6||2″/4″||19 oz./20 oz.|