Years ago fooled with a Colt Army Special, which I sold.
Recently won a GunBroker Auction for S&W .32-20 Hand Ejector 4th Change 6" barrel.
Some of the auction pics:
UPDATE, now that I have the gun in hand I see that the SN 759XX indicates it was manufactured in 1917 so is NOT heat treated. So will be cautious on the loads. Those in Lyman Cast Bullet Handbook (2010) which have been pressure tested not exceeding 16,000 cup/psi are OK. Thinking mostly about Accurate 31-090B and 31-95T bullets and 3 grains of Bullseye, maybe 7 grs. of #2400, or 10 grs. of IMR 4227, if those will burn at the light level.
Maybe with a heavier bullet around 120 grs.? what say you all?
73 de KE4SKY In Home Mix We Trust From the Home of Ed's Red in "Almost Heaven" West Virginia