What I purchased was a High Standard Durango a swing out 9 shot pistol that I've loved since. A quick bit of research revealed to me that High Standard made it's name it target pistols and the accuracy of mine bears with it. The single action trigger merely requires you to think moderately hard about it to break and the thick barrel can shoot all day without seeming to overheat.
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Like many old and loved firearms it does have eccentricity. Mainly that one of the notches will not advance by merely cocking the hammer, you have to use your left thumb to help the cylinder rotate. Which is the only thing that stops this gun from being a wonderful gun to start new shooters on.
The accuracy from the big drift adjustable sight(the gun was pawned for being "inaccurate", such was fixed with three taps from a screwdriver butt onthe first range trip) better than it's shooter(me) can manage. Cleaning is easy due to a nice chrome lined bore and swing-out cylinder.
I don't know quite what else to write except that even I've been able to hit 75 yard targets with this gun, and that the western trim adds to the fun factor for me.