When I first got my M200, the cylinder release latch was extremely difficult to operate. It broke in after several nights of me opening & shutting the cylinder[unloaded] while watching T.V.
The fit & finish is so-so, but the revolver is very comfortable to shoot, and turned out to be pretty accurate. It cost me $200 and is always near me in the truck, or at my garage work-bench.
For another hundred bucks, you can get a used S&W .38 [retired from security or cop duty ],but the M200 is fine with me.