G.R. If you do start loading for the smoky stuff,be sure to check out the additional safety warnings.(brass and plastic tools,no steel sparks on the loading bench..etc..etc..) Make sure to mark your specials at least with magic marker and remember that black powder can keep burning even after the flash is over.
Old dogs and new tricks....After seeing my lady put on a grounding cuff to replace a chip in the computer...I now use a homemade cuff to ground my body to a water pipe when loading BP....static electricity has caused some pretty famous explosions ...YEAH..sometimes I look at that face in the mirror and just say..DUH!!!
Remember that there is a diminishing supply of parts and gunsmiths for that older iron and you might want to make shooting them a special event or celebration more than a habit.The first time you shoot vintage revolvers it's a reasonable habit to wear a leather glove and grinding type goggles.
Forget what you've seen on YOU-TUBE,just remember that some of those guns had cast iron frames and even cast iron cylinders;don't be shy about a little common sense.You can also Google some great sites on BP shooting and many will tell you a lot more about your gun.Remember that even though your gun is rated for smokeless powder it came from a BP design.