I'm with the top break guys. A strong, modern take on the .45 ACP Webley. I've always thought the swing out cylinder, hand ejector was a step backward from the auto eject top break, especially when combined with moon clips. In a "they actually made it, I just don't have one," vein, I've got a couple. I've got a hanker for an early 20th century big bore double action. Colt New Service, S&W Triple Lock, Hand Ejector, or 1950 Target. Preferably in either .44 Special or .44-40. Not a Magnum, just a big bore the way they used to build them, without all the under lugs, bull barrels, and sundry modern ballast. The other is a Model 10 or 13, 3" round butt. I've been carrying a 4" square butt Model 10 lately, and it's pretty nice, but a friend loaned me his 13, in the above setup once, quite a few years ago, and I've always remembered what an easy carry it was.