A Herter's .44 Magnum Colt SAA knockoff. It was made in Germany, I think, with the sort of quality we've come to expect from anything made in China. After the 3rd shot the cylinder falls out; the slider under the barrel usually winds up out in front about 10 feet; cocked it will go off if pointed to the ground (there were powder burns on my shoe the first time I discovered this). Junk, pure and simple. Looks nice though, so it's in a quick-draw rig and hung from a peg with my $225 Stetson in the gun room as decoration. I'm not all that into the cowboy thing but I had to find something useful to do with the pistol, and the hat which otherwise would remain in its box in the closet.
Despite the cost of living, have you noticed how popular it remains?