Model RR22B6 Well, I picked this up at Fisherman's Marine & Outdoor on Saturday for sale price of $139.99. Opening up the box, you get the revolver (this one only comes with the .22 LR and not the 22 Mag cylinder included with some models), the manual and some other documentation, and a trigger lock. This is a six shot revolver and it has a manual safety as well that needs to be pushed down before attempting to fire. So, I took it out and went to see how I could do at the gun club (50 foot range is all they have available). I was all over the place. This definitely takes some change in aiming from an automatic pistol. I had just watched Top Shot Season 1 on Netflix and watched them use the Colt 1873 and the guy who was helping them in practice was mentioning how the cowboy style revolvers needed to have special attention to the sighting and to use the groove on the rear more so than the front sight. Only a little of the front sight should be showing. Good thing I saw that because on Saturday I was consistently hitting high so on Monday, after I had watched TS, I was doing better. It still will take some doing to get used to it. However, it is a fun gun to shoot. With cheap ammo and a price under $200 (in this case, under $150) it can be a fun and cheap way to have a cowboy style single action revolver.