im not looking for a real heavy use gun. as long as it will go bang when the triggers pulled, thats about what im looking for. it definitely wont see as many rounds as my s&w's, but it never hurts to have a reliable back up.Not bad. Not real great, but not bad. Definitely better than the RG revolvers of the 60s, better than the Lorcin/Jennings class of arm. If you are looking for something to shoot 300 rds every Saturday, would keep looking. Finish not as good as S&W, Colt, Ruger, etc- but again, not bad.
I have to agree 'Redtail'. They may not be the prettiest guns,-(mines all flat black)- but it has NEVER not fired when I wanted it to. AI just posted my experience with my new Charter arms 44 bulldog, great gun for the price, Charter Arms is a re- orginazed company and is putting out great made guns that are dependable etc