Contemporary revolvers seem to have stopped evolving and are now nearly all double-action and side loading. Are there any design improvements that can be made? For example, the old Dardick revolver tried to implement a magazine of sorts, making the revolver a high-capacity gun. I'd like to see a modern break open design (and I *do* think a break open can be made durable since shotguns are made that way). Perhaps a break open with an auto-eject so you do not need to use your hand to press an ejector rod. This would mean that you could keep your shooting hand on the grip during reloading. One could even have cylinders (if made cheap enough) that eject and a new, loaded cylinder inserted onto the gun making it effectively a 6 round magazine. Any ideas?