Some of you may be interested. . . .
I shoot revolvers just for plinking. I have owned a bunch of them over the last 40+ years, but I do not brag on my marksmanship. I bought a couple of uberti colt reproductions a few weeks ago--1871 open top in 44russ/44spl and 38spl. I own a few s&w's and rugers I have owned and shoot others. The workmanship on the uberti's is excellent. Smooth, light triggers, solid action and lockup, great finish and chambering.
I cannot shoot handguns well enough (70+ year old eyes and shakes) to tell how accurate they are but they aren't bettered by my mod 29 smiths and my blackhawks, and I hit my 100 yd man-chest-size steel fairly often. After hot 357 and 44 mag loads it is great to shoot 38spl and 44spl loads. I even broke out my long-neglected combat masterpiece and showed it some love.
Loads: 38spl, 4.7gr universal and 125 keith bullet; 44 russ, 5gr titegroup and 185 keith bullet.