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I've generously given this gun 3 stars. I cleaned the gun first and I just put 300+ rounds through it. It is accurate and locks up as tight as any Smith & Wesson. The problem with the gun is that the tolerance of the cylinder - where the bullets go in is too tight to extract the spent cartridges. bullets go in the cylinder easily (will fall out if you tip it back) but, after shooting them, are almost impossible to extract. The extractor rod proved useless. Each shell has to be dug out with a pocket knife or screwdriver and then pulled out with needle nose pliers. You would probably break a cleaning rod, or knock the cylinder off-center trying to push them out with a cleaning rod. I tried cleaning the cylinder repeatedly, oiling the cylinder, anything I could think of. The problem was common to T-bolt, Winchester and CCI ammo. I ended up scratching the finish repeatedly as I struggled to extract the spent cartridges. aaarrrrgggg. Not a happy camper...