What a treat to see some m1905 'Pearls' too!
I wish I still had mine.
I used to re-Load for it in the mid 1980s ( Lead Semi-Wadcutters, and a load suited for what it was made to shoot ) and did a fair amount of plinking with it off and on.
Mine had been poorly re-blued, but remarkably, with no Buffing...I realize now what a fine 'Turnbull' Candidate it would have been! Was very nice and crisp, no pits or anything, all edged sharp, far as all surfaces went, other than it was a sort of blahh-greyish Black. Even the Stocks were crisp.
Anyway, 1992 or so, I traded it straight across for a New Service Target in .44 Russian/Special.
If one loves the '03 Pocket Hammer, the '05 .45 is just that much more..!