Mine has a March appointment with a gunsmith who specializes in those things.
In the mean time, it fired the .38s I had just fine.
I had a mixed bag of .357s and some went in fine, some needed a little encouragement and some didn't want to feed at all.
I think I'll need to experiment, keep some records and decide what overall cartridge lengths and shape bullets work best. Then I'll get the reloading process set up that way.
It's accurate enough. No kick at all. The action has a bit of extra resistance as you finally fully close the bolt and just before it is fully open. No big deal. Can't tell what the wood is, but it's for walking around so I don't care.