[4 of 5 Stars!]Been a couple weeks since I picked this revolver up. Having said that, I seen and had zero issues. I ordered the gun on a Wednesday and it came on the following Monday.(mind you, I live in Missouri). I've read some bad things online about buds but having been my first order from this company I was a bit skeptical. Anyways, the I received is the gun I expected. It's big, bulky, but most of all BA. I've read up on this revolver for about a month or so before making the decision to purchase it. I heard good and bad things. Ex: "ejector rod being bent, cylinder not locking even with barrel" ect. But I'm my experience I recieved a perfect brand new gun. Well it had been test fired obviously. The shipping was faster than I expected especially being over Valentine's weekend. The gun is a hoss and it out a smile on my face the minute I pulled it out the bag. My only complaint is not to do with buds or the quality of the firearm. But for a 800 dollar revolver it should get treated with a better case. Just a box. I've bought 300 dollar revolvers and recieved a nice hard case and padded foam inside atleast. But other than that this pistol is worth it to someone who is just looking for a cool new gun or a legitament mountain man in bear country. If your hesitating cause of bad reviews of take the chance cause I have found out that on most firearms I research before purchasing have had bad reviews somewhere out there. Buds has had reviews but like I said I only bought this revolver from them and it went as smoothly as you could expect. Thus, 1st one. Currently have a 783 Remington in the shipping process as I'm writing this. So I turned right around and bought a rifle as soon as I bought this hand cannon. The only advice I'd give us to someone who hasn't owned a gun before or is a first time handgun owner and is in the market it's not practical to someone for just self defense being a newbie to firearms. It has its place. If you want a fun gun, need a trail gun, side arm for hunting hogs or what have you. She's the one. I personally got it for the hell of it. I own firearms needed for my personal recreation choices. I wanted a new cool fun toy. That's why I got the 6 inch barrel. It just looks more BA(just my opinion). But to carry on a hunt as a side arm or to carry regardless your purpose. I'd go for the 3 inch barrel personally. Unless you are gonna use it for your first choice hunting firearm but that's up to you. I'd say it's worth 800 bucs, but you don't transfer a firearm in cardboard. Thays just Taurus though. Take it as you will, but if you own other guns and looking for a new toy she's the one. If you are in the market for a defense firearm or a hiking firearm there are multiple Smith and wessons or rugers you can find in this price range with just better quality by the name. But all that being said id trust my life with this thing. Anyday. But I only had it 2 weeks. Forgot to add that the two cylinder releases are just kinda cheap feeling. Idk if there plastic or not but I think they feel plastic. For 800 bucs eh idk. I think they could put a little more into it. That's all. I'd say 600 would be more reasonable. If they are gonna slap cheap plastic feeilng cylinder releases and pack it in a cardboard box. Those things to get probably only cost 2 dollars itself to make. So they short you on that crap. But it's a great revolver does what it's meny to do and perfoms great, not problems. Enjoy your firearm shopping
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[5 of 5 Stars!]Not the most practical firearm but a literal blast to shoot. Everybody that sees it is curious as to what it is and what caliber it is. This gun is a constant headturner that has out performed my expectations since day one!Show More Reviews...