Just got notice that my Rossi .357 revolver is under a recall program. I see in many forums these guns get a lot of badmouth. I remember buying a brand new Ruger SP-101 in .357, right when they first came out. Ruger, at first, had designed the cylinder a little short in length and the magnums would unseat their bullets just enough to lock the gun up. Ruger's "solution" was to advise only 110 grain ammo in .357! When even that bullet weight locked my revolver up, I sent it back with a specific complaint about the cylinder length. They sent it back having replaced the crane and adjusting other items - but NOT fixing the problem. So much for Ruger, S&W, Colt being the better gun. They are not, always. Left gun with my wife at divorce.