Boomers are a neat study in snubbies. 5 rds. of bad breath repellent, just press to inflate. The black nitride finish stainless should last a millenium. It's one I'd like to own soon.
Boomer is a lightweight revolver, capable of delivering big lead, but not the sort of revolver I'd want to run with larger hunting rounds & porkchop grips.
My Bulldog runs well on a diet of of 200 hard cast LSWC, propelled with a moderate 6.5 gr. load of HP-38. Makes nice round holes and can still ventilate a 1987 Ford Taurus.
The stock rubber grips were a decent fit on my Bulldog, but I wanted a laser grip zeroed in at 50'.
Only drawback to C/A's bobbed hammer is that it might bite down on the inside of a coat pocket. This is where a complete shroud (M40 Centennial)could benefit the user.
Yours looks like a keeper too.