But, I have owned a Rossi 38 snub nose for the last 11 years and have had no problems at all with it. It is built just like a J-frame S&W so it was easy to take apart and polish up. I only have about $125 in it, so it makes a great truck gun and is surprisingly accurate for it's size.
Ruger’s Lightweight Carry Revolver (LCR) has enjoyed commercial success since the series was launched in January 2009 with a five-shot .38 Spl. rated for +P ammunition. In June 2010, a .357 Mag. version was added, followed by an eight-shot .22 Long Rifle version in 2011.
The Ruger Redhawk is Ruger’s flagship revolver, providing the user with the cannon-like firepower of the .44 Magnum since its introduction in 1979. The Redhawk is offered in several configurations; mine is the Hunter model, with a 7.5-inch barrel, ready to accept a scope, should you want to meddle with the beauty of the beast . . .