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    Charter Arms Blued 22 Blank Pistol

    • Charter Arms PRO Blued 22 Blank Pistol

      Charter Arms blank pistols are premium-level pistols designed for pro trainers and track and field use. These blank pistols will hold up to daily use and feature an one year manufactures warranty! The frame is machined from 7075 Aircraft Aluminum with internal components made from 416 stainless steel, guaranteed to hold up to 1,000s of rounds of firing.

      Whether you are a professional dog trainer, track and field starter, or an amateur dog trainer that wants a starter pistol that is guaranteed to hold up, this is the pistol for you.

      Key Features:

      • Weight: 12 Ounces
      • Frame Material: 7075 Aircraft Aluminum
      • Components Material: 416 Stainless Steel
      • Finish: Blued Finished
      • Cylinder: 6 Shot (.22 Blank)
      • Warranty: One Year

      Not compatible with our LCS .22 Crimp Blanks.



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