I performed another pawn shop rescue yesterday. I guess I'm just to nice. I can't stand the sight of an unloved, old timer languishing in the rack at a pawn shop. At their age they deserve better than that. This one is a Colt Lightning in .32-20 made in 1897. Most of the finish is gone but she has no pitting. Shot a few rounds through her this afternoon with no problems. With a 26" octagon barrel this thing is heavy. The recoil feels like a .22. That's a scratch on the stock, not a crack. Here she is with her older big brother, an 1896 Lightning in .38-40. And here she is with more .32-20's. I got some .32-20's loaded so I plan to shoot them all this weekend.