S&W Hand Ejector
I'm thinking of getting one in .32/20 or .32 Long-as they seem to be much cheaper than the .44 special versions. I want one that was made after 1905 and I see there are different transitions but I don't know what those are--are they just internal things or options--my gun blue book doesn't say what the changes are. I already own a 1905 Colt Army Special in .38spl so I'd like the Smith in a different caliber. Any of you own one and if so do you shoot it--I also like the 1917's in .45acp so I guess that is an option too-thanks for any help.