After much waiting I finaly got my hands on a Single Six Hunter. I looked it over before I bought it, and other than a few light scratches and a buggered up screw in the grip frame, it looked ok. Good crown, cylinder gap, ect. I figured I could just replace the buggered screw. Well, I took it out to sight it in, and after about 20 rounds the ejector housing flew off. I retrieved the parts at the line break, and tried to put them back on. The hole in the barrel is to far back, and the body of the screw stops against the inside curvature of the housing. This only allows the screw to go in 1/4 of a turn. I can see they filed the hole in the housing oblong so the screw would catch the threads, but it only is held in by 1 thread. It wont tighten down properly, and there is a huge gap between the barrel and the housing. Next, the 2 grip frame screws on either side of the hammer. They were a little buggered up. I got new ones, and took the old ones out to replace them. They had a lot of resistance until the head clears the hole in the grip frame. Once I got them out, I could see why. They are DRILLED OFF CENTER! Not just a little, but way off center. That's why the heads are stripped out. They thread in ok till the head has to go into the hole. Then the screw head has to squeeze over the side and drag its way down. They just cranked them in there. This is not just an oversite. Someone assembled this garbage like this. I have 2 other New Model Single Sixes, one stainless and one blued, both from the mid 90's, and none of them are built like this. I am not expecting a custom revolver for the price. But come on, at least fit the parts corectly, and drill the holes on center. I am dissapointed to say the least. I waited 4 months for this garbage? I called Ruger, and they sent out UPS to pick it up. I can only hope all the problems are taken care of. If they are, I will definitly repost with praise for fixing the problems and making right with a dissatisfied customer. I am really thinking of only buying older guns from now on. The last 3 guns I have bought had to go back. A S&W 617, a Marlin 982VS, and now this Ruger. S&W and Marlin both fixed the problems, and I hope Ruger does the same. Heres a pic, all I have to look at after spending $600+ on a gun.