If single-action nostalgia bites you, look at at least at one of two Bisley revs to opt for - the original design, and Ruger’s. Uberti makes the original for Taylor’s, Cimarron Arms, and under their own name - the Ruger version is a clone of Elmer Keith’s #5 custom-made rev. You’ll never know how comfortable a single-action can feel until you pick one up - Kurt
Fully agree. Have a Uberti .357 and it’s a gem to shoot.
Its all personal preference. The differences between a Bisley and a standard model is the grip frame angle. The Bisley was actually designed as a competition pistol for use in competition originally at a place called Bisley. So, that grip angle (other changes too, but there are so many variations among all models, the grip frame is really the defining feature) was designed for the slow and methodical target shooting of the day. Some people also find the grip angle of the Bisley better with heavy large bore revolver rounds. But its all personal preference and personally all my single actions are of the non-Bisley grip frame. But they definitely shoot nice.