The Smith and Wesson .32-20 Hand Ejector was a revolver produced in the United States from 1899 to 1939.

Smith .32-20 Hand Ejector in 1632Edit

Tommy Cooper, Jr. owned a Smith .32-20 Hand Ejector, which was the only Smith and Wesson .32-20 calibre handgun in Grantville that was brought to 17th century Europe, aside from two rifles that uses .32-20s. Young Tommy normally had gunsmith Henry Johnson reload his gun. After Young Tommy weas killed by Connie Cooper in self-defense, Young Tommy's Hand Ejector was stolen by his brother G.C. to make it look like Young Tommmy was killed by someone else.