Okay, so...here's the deal. I have an old Colt revolver in 32-20 that was my Dad's. I've been wanting a matching Winchester Model 92 in 32-20 for years. Those don't come any cheaper than $1300 and up. I suspect one that has a good enough bore to be an accurate shooter will be closer to $2k.
There are some reproductions out there of Model 92's and 73'a (Uberti I think) that are also....$1300.
I'd like to have a matching rifle to carry out in the woods, maybe shoot a hare or grouse (like I could ever find one in the first place lol) and maybe my kid would like to shoot it. To that end...I also have a Rossie 92 in 38/357 it's darn near my favorite gun and is my "don't leave cabin without it" gun.
Would I be better served just loading a light 38 spl load for the Rossi 92 (I think I used to load something like 3 or 4 grains of I forget the powder in a 357 case and the rifle literally didn't recoil.) or stick with my search for a rifle in 32-20?
In other words, which is the better cartridge for target practice and small game?
I think I brought this up a few years back and never did decide.