Vastly different than Smith & Wesson's top break revolvers, the Hand Ejector models require the user to depress a plunger to eject spent casings. The Smith and Wesson .32 Hand Ejector was the first Smith and Wesson revolver to employ the side-opening cylinder. Smith & Wesson is known for their high-quality revolvers and that reputation was well-earned from the very beginning. Like many handguns of its day, the .32 Hand Ejector is designed for long rounds, so shooters can use the same ammo for their rifles. This Second Change revolver features a blade front sight with a rear groove and black synthetic grips. Its grips are in good condition and its metal and bore are in fair condition.