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The Bulldog is a medium-sized breed of dog commonly referred to as the English Bulldog or British Bulldog. Other Bulldog breeds include the American Bulldog, Old English Bulldog (now extinct), Leavitt Bulldog, Olde English Bulldogge, and the French Bulldog. The Bulldog is a muscular, hefty dog with a wrinkled face and a distinctive pushed-in nose. The American Kennel Club (AKC), The Kennel Club (UK), and the United Kennel Club (UKC) oversee breeding records. Bulldogs were the fourth most popular purebreed in the US in 2015 according to the American Kennel Club.
The Bulldog has a longstanding association with British culture, with the BBC stating: "to many the Bulldog is a national icon, symbolising pluck and determination." During World War II the Bulldog was often likened to Prime Minister Winston Churchill and his defiance of Nazi Germany.
One of the early, best quality Bulldogs; serial number puts it at the end of that era, before the Charco debacle. The image with my Smith 442 .38 demonstrates the true pocket size, and with both without stocks, at 19 oz, this revolver weighs 6 oz more than my Smith 442 airweight, while packing...
I have here for sale one Charter Arms Bulldog Pug 5 shot 44 special with factory bobbed hammer. It can be fired in SA or DA mode. Near mint with box, the only thing detracting from 99% is the hand painted orange front site blade and a barely visible scratch on the cylinder. Excellent...
Well... Portland area here.
well as I was looking around I discovered this website has a section for air guns. while I'm definitely not the most technologically savvy person it wasn't that difficult to sign up. well I'm working on figuring out how to make best new air rifle possible. and...
For sale is this 5 shot Charter Arms Bulldog Pug 44 Spl. Matt stainless finish and it includes the box and stuff that comes in the box. No evidence of any internal lock mechanism. Looks to be fired very little but I took it in on trade so I can't know for sure. Asking $325 OBO and not really...
Went out to Bulldog Tuff Safes out in Warren and dealt with Jodi. She was great and took the time to walk me through all the safes they had in my size/price range requirements. Ended up purchasing a Rhino Warthog (RW6042X) for a hell of a price. They will be at my house Sunday to deliver and...
Less than a year old with only 100 shots through it. The best price I have found is $1000 from
AirgunDepot.com 4th of July sale.
I have all of the boxes with everything that came with the rifle, new and unused.
It comes with everything you see in the picture. Which includes 80 Nosler Ballistic...
Travis of jeffersonstateairrifles has had my Bulldog for about the last 9 months working on a improved air valve and boy did he succeed. I'll get right to it. These speeds are with the spring loose in the housing. Also, the spring is half strenth of a stock spring, very easy to cock. 126gr...
The Charter Arms Classic Bulldog (with a 3" tapered barrel and no ejector rod shroud) can be had in blued Stainless steel and Plain Stainless. Would anyone like to see this 5-shot revolver built in the .41 Special?
If Charter Arms were to build this one, I believe that it would sell. Why...
Just got a charter bulldog .44 special 5 shot. A friend owed me some money. Have not shot a .44 special but like its ballistics for an in house defense gun. Seems like it would have a big stop without going through the rest of the house. How is the kick and noise on these things?