I once owned a beautiful Single Six convertible in Stainless steel. It was my third SS. It wouldn't shoot for beans, and I took it back to the store where I bought it. They said they sent it to a "gunsmith", who (they said) removed and reinstalled the barrel. Whether he did or didn't, it still shot badly, and I sold it. Lately, I have been desiring a new gun of some flavor, and saving my $$$. I still love the Single Six. After the last experience, I am a bit hesitant to go for another one, and have been looking at the MK IV standard model, To complement my MK II KMK514 or a Browning Buckmark. With the present circumstances, it seems people are either upping the prices, or they are all out of stock at any local store. Given the circumstances, attending what gun shows there may be locally doesn't seem the best choice, either. What say?