So, just before Christmas we came across a S&W I-frame .32 for $125. It was cosmetically pretty rough and there's some pitting in the bore, but for the price why not? So I detail stripped it, cleaned a century of accumulated gunk out of the action and refinished it with Van's Instant Blue. Since I have big hands I made a grip-adapter to improve the gun's handling. Looks pretty good, and cleaning out the mechanism improved the already good trigger. But I still hadn't had a chance to shoot it until today. I was able to get a box of Magtech .32 S&W Long for about $25 from Surplus Ammo and Arms In Tacoma, WA. These fire a 93-grain LRN bullet at about 750 fps. A couple blocks up the street from there is the Bullseye indoor shooting range, and tuesdays lanes are $3 for active duty military and veterans. Previously I had a 'Victory' M&P in .38 S&W. It had similar pitting in the bore and had issues with accuracy and key-holing, and I was worried this .32 might have the same issue. No such problem fortunately. I ran a couple of casual cylinders at seven yards just to get to know the gun, then settled down to see what kind of precision I could wring out of the gun. I fired single-action and took care, but the results were disappointing- the gun shot to point-of-aim but produced a 3" group at 7 yards. Next I tried a group double-action, again taking my time. Another 3" group. Huh. OK, time to put some wheels on it. Six rounds rapid-fire. Guess what? 3-inch group. OK, that's kind of weird. I suspect I need more rounds through the gun before I can really find out what it can do. So aside from the Operator Headspace and Timing issues how is it to shoot? In a word- sweet. The trigger pull is excellent, everything locks up tight and recoil is light. I'm looking forward to shooting this little gun more. Future plans- looking into picking up a Wondersight- a vintage bolt-on adjustable sight or old S&Ws. Also planning a pair of custom stag grips; this one is a keeper.