H&R 32 s&w long topbreak; correct grain bullet?
Hi all. This seems to be the forum for H&R questions, so here goes. I recently purchased an H&R top break auto eject 6 shot 32 S&W long revolver. After I get it checked out by a gunsmith, I'd like to fire it a few times. My question is, does the grain of the bullet I use matter? The gun was made from 1913-15, based on information I've seen from other threads. Will a heavier bullet exert more force, and therefore be more dangerous to fire through an old gun, or should it be okay for any grain of bullet, as long as there is no problem with the gun? P.S. Just to be on the safe side, should I maybe fire 32 S&W shorts through it? Thanks in advance. I'll post some pics after I charge my camera.