This was an IDPA Practice weekend and one of the guys brought out a Taurus Model 66B6. This is a medium frame .357 Magnum revolver, blued with a seven shot cylinder. It's a great shooter, my groups at ten yards were consistently about 2" shooting from a two handed isosceles stance in both single and double action. The fit and finish seemed very good and the trigger broke cleanly when I was shooting in single action. We shot .38 special and .357 Magnum loads. Unloading the spent .357 brass was quite a bit harder than the .38 brass and the owner indicated that he generally used a bit of lube on the .357 brass to ease unloading but hadn't on the factory ammo he and I had shot. My course of fire times were so much better even with the never-sufficiently-damned speedloaders that I may have to convert to shooting a revolver for IDPA.