I realized today I have some ammo for my 3" (3 line barrel address) .41, made in early 1903. It completely slipped my mind. Twenty two rounds of Western .41 Long Colt. Everything is fine with this gun except when I test dry fired it single action, the hammer falls half way and catches. Then I re-cock and lower the hammer. But when I fire SA by applying pressure LOWER on the trigger, it works fine. Just not 1/4" higher on the trigger. DA is fine. It feels excellent in the hand and perfect in 1903 for the same purposes anyone would carry a Detective Special today but bigger bore. It looks like it was "steel wooled" at some point but not buffed. I think it's beautiful.