A couple of days ago I learnt about two mint Colt Detective Specials which are for sale for a very reasonable price. The older of the brothers is a 1966 .38 Special, the younger one is a 1969 .32 Colt NP. I can assure you I don´t need any. However... I do not own a snub nose revolver yet... I already have a 6´´ and a 4´´ .357 Magnums. I handload for them i.e. already own the necessary dies and moulds from a 105 gr SWC to a 180 gr FP. On the other hand, I do not posses any smaller calibre handgun, except two .22 LR semi-autos. So I am thinking I might buy the .32 NP. I suspect, I just want to have a justification for buying a couple of new moulds and dies. The gun will not be carried; I have other guns for that purpose. It should serve just as a pure pleasure instrument. .32 ammo is practically unavailable over here, but as I said, that is not a decisive factor as I can/will roll my own after I have ordered cases. One more thought, I do like accurate guns, but I am not sure that with this barrel length there would be a discernable difference, or? So dear friends, what´s your take on this?