I shot this gun four or five times, the crane became loose in the frame, the cylinder became loose in the crane to the point where the finish on the blast shield/frame was starting to chip from the cylinder hitting when the crane swung to close, after shooting lead bullets the casings were very difficult to eject, CP bullets had no problem, and the trigger pull was such that accuracy was spotty at best.
Sent back to Ruger for repair, returned not much better, the trigger pull was worse.
Sold this gun at a major loss.
Word of advice, buy a gun made from real metal, steel, not polymer and aluminum.
On the positive side, Bud's delivered within four days, and their price is great.
Rating: 2 of 5 Stars!