It's been a while since I've posted, but I figured I post my latest. A Freedom Arms Model 83 Premier Grade... in 454 Casull. It was one when I touched it, I knew it had to come home with me, and all I can say is out of the revolvers I own or have owned, be it Colt, S&W, Ruger whatever, this is the absolute best build quality I've seen in one. They are hand crafted in a small factory in Wyoming, that was founded in 1978 by Wayne Baker and Dick Casull. The Model 83 was the first 454 Casull revolver and for a time was the most powerful commercially available hand gun, vastly surpassing the 44 Rem Mag.
Cylinders line bored, all tolerances are extremely tight and edges well done. It's a single action 5 shot with a 7 1/2 inch barrel, about 3.3 pounds of stainless steel without the scope mounted. The trigger is right at 3 pounds. The normal cylinder can fire 45Long Colt and the 454 Casull. And I have to say, it is quite a round, recoil wise to get ahold of, considering it literally packs a ton of energy at the muzzle. It also came with a cylinder to allow it to fire 45acp, but why down grade??