My first job after graduating from college the first time was in a manufacturing facility. About half the time I was on the production floor, the other half I was in my office close to the secretarial pool. There was a very attractive young woman in the secretarial pool (she was married, I was married; I was just admiring the flowers). She survived a car wreck even though she went through the windshield. The accident left her with significant facial scars, and she was very self-conscious about them for a long time. But I still thought she was a beautiful woman. The scars simply made her unique, and did not make her unattractive. I thought of her while shooting the abused Dan Wesson .22 revolver I bought yesterday. (See "Please Advise Me On Dan Wesson Price" in this forum.) Before going to the range, I cleaned the revolver. I used Flitz polish on the exposed surfaces and it brought back some of the old bluing's luster. I tested several brands of .22 LR ammunition, and she has a definite preference for Federals. None of them were terrible, but this one stood out. The target was 10 rounds shot at 10 yards over a rest. If I shoot offhand, a shaky old man with cataracts shows up and the groups suffer. Overall I think she's looking better! The scars are still there, but I don't care.