Given the conditions you specified I would think the Taurus M94(.22LR) or M941(.22Mag) would not be a good choice. I don't find the trigger pull too bad but the average person thinks the triger pull is tough.
Maybe you could consider the Ruger BEARCAT. Ruger® New Bearcat® Single-Action Revolver Models It's a light .22LR.
Though not stainless but much less expensive is Heritage Arms. They run under $200 in most retail Big-Boxes. I have one with a 3.75" barrel and bird's head grip. It's light and easy to use. It also comes with both .22LR and .22MAG cylinders. Blue Finish - Heritage Manufacturing, Inc They also have a stainless in a 4.75" barrel and a more traditional six-shooter look. Silver Satin Finishes - Heritage Manufacturing, Inc
Another stainless option is the Taurus PT-22. The mag takes 8 rounds. It has a tip-up barrel. So tip-up the barrel, insert a .22LR, push the barrel down and you're ready to go. The trigger pull on this is MUCH lighter than the M94/M941. Also this is relatively easy to carry in a pocket.
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