A week or so ago I showed off a K-22 my wife spotted, and then talked me into getting. A few days ago, it was "her turn." "What's that?" as always was the question that started it all. "That" was a Smith and Wesson Model 317, Air Lite, Lady Smith, in 22 LR. Man, this is a LIGHT gun. Frame and cylinder are both aluminum. The barrel is aluminum with a steel insert. It's so light it should float off if it's not tied down. I don't think it had been fired, outside of the factory, but of course I can't prove that. It came in a really nice "leather" presentation case, with one of those clamp type trigger locks. Oh, I should have pointed out, it's an eight shooter. I don't know how much she'll shoot it, to tell the truth we neither one shoot all that much anymore, but she likes "her" guns.