Question for you all... Would you buy a nice older Taurus 85 with known issues, known problems - if it was cheap enough? I was looking at one today on Gunbroker. The description says " THIS TAURUS HAS A LOOSE CYLINDER PIN AND THE CYLINDER WILL NOT STAY IN THE FRAME." To me, that sounds like some cheap parts would fix it up. It might be the front bottom side plate screw, or the extractor and extractor spring... or maybe the little spring and nub in behind that bottom screw on the side plate in front. Perhaps it might be that the cylinder stop plunger & pin might need some tweaking. I could replace all of those parts with brand new ones for... not a big pile of cash. The revolver is selling for like... $100 or so, and I figure with shipping and FFL, and $35 in parts I should still be able to get it for less than $200, and I will know what parts are fixed in it, and I would have a cool old revolver. but I am still hesitating. What do you think?