The single action series,I think called the Bounty Hunter is a surprising well made gun for the price,even in the larger center fire calibers.
I suspect however you're asking about their DA revolvers,probably called something like the Windicator.
I believe the guns are probably made for EAA in Germany.The ones I've seen are made out of an unknown alloy with a steel barrel liner in a shroud that is most likely aluminum.
A friend at the range has a 4 inch and a 2inch(?)in 357 that he claims to have thousands of rounds through the pair and even he is surprised at how well they have held up.(he reloads and shoots a lot of 38-38+p and 357 and I'm pretty confident about the round count and he claims about half was 357 in both guns.)
I have shot them a few times and the trigger and grip shape weren't anything to write home about but the guns were still accurate and functioned without a hitch.(your mileage may vary)
The last time I shot one of them we shot it with 357's side by side with my 2 inch Ruger SP101 with Hogue grips and even he commented that the recoil was more manageable with the SP101.(The EAA seemed jumpy for such a large gun,probably lack of weight at the muzzle.)
You didn't give many specifics as to barrel length...etc..or if you are locked on 357,however there are a lot of Taurus,Rossi,Charter Arms and police trade in S&W model tens running around or very near the same price point you are sighting.You might want to consider looking around for a more well known or proven brand.(of course then you would have to ignore the fact that I myself own a couple of Highpoint products
Hope that helps in some way.