Mysterious Stranger Posted March 20 Author Share Posted March 20 24 minutes ago, watab kid said: if this was a new revolver there may have been chit in it from the factory that worked loose and jambed things up , shouldnt hapen , i would get it looked at or return it , i agree with post above that thousands of rounds should work without issue , that said - our low power cowboy rounds could carbon up the gap between the cylinder and barrel if its real tight , Yes, my far more experienced than me buddy immediately said that the forcing cone and front of the cylinder are probably getting a layer of fouling that is sufficient to put considerabek drag on the cylinder. He has a S&W 625 with a ,0055" gap between cylinder and forcing cone that gums up after just a few cylinders of firing, and cleaning that area frees it up. Jim G Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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