I have a Mod. 94 .22lr with 4" barrell. It's a fun enough gun, but the fit/finish are nowhere near in the class with my S&Ws, but it was about 1/2 the price, so I'm OK with it. The only real downside to it is that the trigger is horrible, even after a couple thousand rounds.
I did own a 24/7 in 9mm for a while. Again, it ran well, no jams in a few hundred rounds, accurate enough. Fit was not the greatest, but good enough for what it was, and the price was only around $300 at the time for a 17 (or was it 18?) shot 9mm with 2 mags. But again, the trigger was awful. Nothing but slack till the break and then it took what felt like 20#s of pull to get it to break. Sold it and never looked back.
I'd buy another revolver if I wanted a good budget piece that I didn't have to fret over if it got scratched up. I might would buy a PT92 also. The other pistols just aren't for me.
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