Re: Finding your old pistol
last year i sold my grandma's old H&R Guardsman .32 revolver, and i don't miss it(much).
i do wish i still had a small lightweight revolver that i could slip in my sweatpants pocket when my dog hears something outside in the middle of the night and won't shut up until i investigate, but on the other hand it was a very combat ineffective gun because the center pin would pop out every 3-4 shits, and in order to reload you had to pull out the center pin, completely remove the cylinder from the gun, reload the cylinder, put it back in the frame, replace the center pin, and then shoot.
other than that it was pretty accurate, lightweight, and compact. maybe when i have the money i'll find some little S&W .38 to carry.
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