That sure is a real great looking gun---you can easily see who it's Daddy must have been. Congratulations on your acquisition and your clean-up job was superb---now go out and get it real dirty to pay tribute to the gun and it's heritage---she's a keeper. Though I don't have a ready pix with my collection of 6 from 1841 Pocket Colt through to a grand old Walker. I'll have to get a good pix, mebbe today since it's too damned cold to go out to the range today. Come on Mykeal, be a real man we promise not to tell the missus. I really think you ought become a moderator for a new forum here re: wheel guns---Claude listen to this huh? wink, wink---I would personally like to see this type of thread permeate this forum, because it can involve all of us due to the availability and relatively low prices for these great modern Repro's. Of course nothing wrong with the genuine oldies out their. Just the history and development of these firearms alone is our heritage, but the ability to own a repro and handle it makes this a true living history right in your own gun room....."Doc"