Back when I used to drool over a Shooters Bible like it was Playboy magazine, I always wanted one of those Harrington and Richardson top break revolvers. Mostly because they were inexpensive, but I also liked the way they looked. I saw this one a week or so ago. At first I thought/hoped it was a 22, but it turned out to be a 38 S&W. The price was pretty reasonable, and I already had a set of dies and brass for a 38 S&W from an aborted purchase a couple of years ago. As good an excuse as any I suppose. This one doesn't have the automatic ejector that you think of a top break as having. There are a few spots of rust along the barrel on one side, but otherwise it doesn't look too bad. I doubt I'll shoot it much, but I like it.