Back in the spring I bought an Undercoverette. A stainless one, not alloy, and I suppose one of the last five shot ones, right before the new and improved six shot model came out. I carry it in my front pocket in a Mika holster. I'm thinking I'd like to do some kinda de-horning work on it because it has more sharp corners and stuff on it than the 642 it's replacing. Other than a vise, which I already have, what sort of tools would one get for delicate work like this and how would one start? I have no plans to shoot anything other than .32 long in this revolver. The BB .32 long wadcutters are quite enough in this one. Also I have no plans to ever sell this weapon, or frankly any other firearm. So any customizing done on it is for myself and no one else. I have zero concern about trading it and then having someone come back to me with some sort of issue with the work I've done on it.