So when your stuff no longer sells, that's the time to offer new products?
No but it's poor business practices to introduce models you can't/won't ever produce. Especially if you don't have the capacity for it. Makes no sense. With USFA history, they need to pick up their game to fill the void.So when your stuff no longer sells, that's the time to offer new products?
In general they are better, but have never equaled 1st gens (or USFA). They haven't been able to get the back strap 'ears' right w/o flattening them or flush with the hammer base, with few exceptions since the 2nd gens.Surprised to see the rounded edges and "pulled" screw holes. I thought the "current" Single Action Army revolvers were supposed to nearly equal First Generations in quality. Apparently not.