This is the .38 Diamondback I just happened to stumble upon. It was bought from the original owner who aquired it new in '77, shot less than 100 rounds then loaned it to his dad for thirty years who hid it in the bathroom and never shot it. That's why it has finish damage and why it cost $500. This action is unbelievably smooth. The bore and chambers are perfect. I didn't expect that. What a fine gun. I have to make a new grip washer thing but d.a.r.y.l. here gave me these Pachs that feel fantastic and will probably stay on it. This is a good candidate for refinishing since it isn't honest wear. Even with the finish issues this is a very classy little gun. I believe this is the first Diamonback I've ever had in my hand let alone owning one.