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At the time I ordered this Smith & Wesson M627 Performance Center revolver from Bud's the price was $875.00 which was a tad higher than the S&W M629 Performance Center counterpart at the time. To be honest I should not have taken ownership of this gun when it was delivered to my dealer but I regret that I did. I have been collecting and shooting for 27 years and have seen the good, the bad and the ugly on workmanship from Smith & Wesson over the years. No matter who has owned Smith & Wesson the workmanship has been inconsistent. Where is the qulaity control on this high priced Performance Center revolver? The tool marks and wavy lines on the frame and the barrel should not exist with today's precision machinery. There were scratches on the frame and barrel as well. This was a new gun! Even the grips were machined sloppily with a major cosmetic and physical flaw. The gun is now for sale at a local gun shop where I will take at least a $275.00 loss. This is no exaggeration. With future purchases I will be more careful in regards to Smith & Wesson's quality.