What a pity they didn't go ahead and make this. .357 mag/.38 special in a top-break revolver with auto ejection (can be turned off), as with most top-breaks, and a polymer grip.
Then again, how much .357 magnum hammering can a top-break take and still have a well-seated catch?
Durability aside, I'm wondering what real advantage a top-break
.357 wheelgun has to offer, over swing-out cylinder designs.
Is that thing's 'automatic casing ejection' so big a deal?
Nagtatanong lang po..