This one has some pitting and the nickel is pretty much gone from the cylinder. It is actually in better condition than the first picture I saw of it.
I could only find 20 rounds for it locally. They are 85 grain hollow points from Hornady loaded by a small local outfit. I decided to go ahead and shoot 14 of them and keep the last 6 until I can pick up some more.
This is the first six shots:
Size comparison for the .32 S&W Long round:
.22 lr, .32 S&W Long, 9mm Luger, .44 mag, .223/5.56x45
Overall it's a pretty cool little old gun. Guns like this are fun to shoot if not useful for much. I wouldn't use it for home defense or concealed carry, but I wouldn't want to be shot by it either.