Was given my grandfather's gun. He passed when I was 8 or so. He was really my step-grandfather, and we werent particularly close. Anyway, he wasn't a gun guy as far as I know, but owned this little Charter Arms Undercover .38 special. Serial number dates it to sometime between 1974-1991 IIrc. I assume it is from the late '70s. In the leather satchel with the gun and ammo was a copy of the 1980-1981 by-laws of the Galveston Rifle & Pistol club. The gun has some surface rust, and I gave it an initial superficial cleaning/oiling. The cylinder release seems to bind about 1 out of 3 times I release the cylinder.
Also, there were a couple of boxes of ammo, including these wadcutters and Nyclad rounds. Can't say that I am real familiar with the Nyclad ammo? Also, I think I'll pass on shooting the wadcutters. lol
Anyway, just thought I'd share. If anyone had any experience, or knows what may be up with the cylinder release, feel free to chime in.