Andrew Hass: Took one in on trade for some motorcycle work. The trigger might be heavy
and it might not be the prettiest revolver on the market, but it seems to
be well made and all the reviews I have read say they are reliable.
Personally, I care that it fires when it needs to fire. Decent review for a
decent budget revolver.
Ivan Grozni: this gun is indestructible, you can fire few thousand bullets in a row and
it can do nothing to it :D
Phillip Brisimitzakis: I recently bought one from Cabela's....... the trigger pull was 12 pounds
+.....so I took it to a gunsmith. He replaced a spring .... now around 2
pound pull...... much better. I am very pleased..... even the gunsmith was
impressed with this pistol.
beetlesuzuki72: Great video, thanks for sharing. I just received the cabela's ad with these
revolvers listed for 279.99 pretty good deal for a 357 if you ask me. I'm
headed down to get one after work hope their in stock. Do you happen to
know what year these were made?
jtwhitehead2mo: I don't wanna hear another god damn word about "heavy trigger" till you've
fired an 1895 Nagant. Then and only then do have a right to complain!
(Nagant guys will get it) lol
oknevals: I just looked it up in Cabela's last week and being Serb, I really wanted
to buy it for emotional reasons. It was impossible though to find any
redeeming quality in that revolver. Trigger is horrible as a single action
and double action I would consider impossible for any practical reason. It
is also extremely unergonomic both in grip and in terms of quick acquiring
of target. When I straighten arm, the sights are misaligned and have to get
my hand in very awkward position to align sights. Also, very light gun.
With its horrible ergonomics and light weight, it must be a nightmare
shooting some hotter loads like some with 125 grain that are painful even
on S&W 868. I shoot also .44 mag with no problem so, it is not I can't
handle kick. Don't want to hurt your feelings or those of anybody else but,
that is the worst piece of crap I've ever had in my hand. Worse even than
Taurus, maybe even Rossi. I wouldn't take it for free. My advice, save some
money and get yourself nice Ruger or S&W. Pricey but, you'll have something
that works and holds value too.
ColoradoCraig: Nice job on the video and thanks for the gallery at the end. I own two
Mosin Nagant 91/30's and you really have to work the trigger but I can
shoot them very accurately. Cabela's has these on sale this weekend for
$279,99 where I am (3/13-3/23) and was wondering if it would be a good
starter revolver. I'm going to take a look.
CDWastelands: Just bought one. Love it! Solid firearm.
Dúnadan SonoftheWest: Are there speedloaders that are compatible with these things?
FedReserv: Bad finish, terrible trigger and lousy final machine processing with too
big tolerances. Doesn't worth even funny low price asked on the market. Has
nothing to do with S&W 357 Mag which dumbs in "Zastava" tried to copy.
Brandon Maloney: l have an unmodified gp100 right now, that's a 5.5lbs trigger l think, and
the m83 looks like a cross between a colt and s&w, that definitely makes it
worth a try, very cool
EDC Gunner: thank you for watching Sir !!
luis545x39: nice looking gun. cant go wrong with a revolver
Brandon Maloney: going to have to find one now
EDC Gunner: be warned it is notorious for the hard trigger and I don't think that
trigger job is possible.There are exceptions though just like a lottery.