Friday & Saturday I made the rounds of the gun shops. Friday I hit two in Gillette and Saturday, three in Rapid City.
Powder here, primers there. Over all, good productive trip, not stocking up but keeping up.
Anyway I found some rifle powder at one store, plus some black powder (not many people carry real black powder any more).
I had my goodies piled up on the counter when wife comes up and lays out one of the little Heritage Rough Riders, bird head grip, in 32 H&R Mag.
I says, "what's that"? She says "its cute". I guess "cute" is as good a reason to buy a revolver as any so I buy it for her.
Bought some ammo, box of 32 H&R and some 32 S&W, (little short stuff). Don't have a 32 so no reloading stuff.
So Saturday morning we shot the crap out of that little gun. Shoots good, fairly accurate. Only problem is the brass is a bit sticky ejecting. No problem a little steel wool on a spindle in the drill press cleaned up the cylinder pretty good.
Never had a Heritage revolver before, but I doubt wife will "shoot it out" anyway.
Then Saturday found some Carbide RCBS dies. Another box of bullets to tied us over. (Got brass on order from Midway).
I found I already had a bullet mold, 90 gr RN. Don't know why I had it, but it'll work for this little guy.
Good fun little gun, wife likes it, that's what counts, and besides, its CUTE.