Nice revolver and all,but there are a few things to consider. If shooting the Scandium and titanium models can cause severe recoil and possible nerve damage over time, who is going to seriously practice or put up with that 12 ounces? It may be sexy and trendy, but who fires the hard stuff and likes it? Have shot the .454 Casull and all the big bore boomers, but even I am not that crazy.Granted, in .38 special or smaller, one can get away with it, but if the Scand and Ti. models are moving slow, why would one sell a 12 ounce revolver and expect large sales? Yes, it is a shoot little carry a lot revolver, but I would rather have some heft for many reasons. It is harder to hit with snubbies than with longer barreled revolvers and takes much practice and dedication to stay up to par. Have shot the Scandium and Ti. models. After a few rounds the wrist , hand, and arm were stinging and tingling. No, not me. I will stay with the standard weights or UL models. I know there are recoil techniques and methods to deal with this, but that may be too much of a good thing.