know Rohm's were/are crappy. I'm more interested in FIRST-HAND accounts of shooting/owning one, not "a friend of a friend said at the range someone told him this story" b.s. I'm kind of interested in really cheap guns, and that leads to some humerous situations, which is what I'm interested in hearing about from other people. The following will illustrate what I mean: After years of curiosity, I finally bought an RG .38 Special snubbie off gunbroker. Low price was a factor, but I figured out later I still paid too much. So, I take it to the range. It fires okay, even though the cylinder gap is huge, which makes it surprisingly loud. For some reason it shoots right, like about 6 inches at seven yards. I shrug and figure that was just to be expected, given what it is. (Oddly, it has an adjustable rear sight that works quite well, so figured I'd mess with that later.) A day later I'm messing with it, and lo and behold, the front sight is canted over at an angle! Seems the sight is attached to a barrel shroud which is held in with a pin, unattached to the actual barrel. The pin/shroud were both so loose I could wiggle them with my fingers. What to do? Super glue! That's right, I have a gun I've repaired with super glue, and that is my favorite RG story. Any others?