5 -6-7 and 8 shot revolvers.
I'ld go a .357, since you can shoot .38's in it and if you decide later to use .357's, you can... and holds better resale (more buyers all together).
About any S&W and Rugers will be the top choices.
Then Rossi, Some Charters are fine, and a couple of Taurus's are fine (605, 85, and 617).
Within those, find one you like the featrues of, grip, how it feels and handles, and go for it. Remember the last thing you want to be short of , is ammo & capacity.