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Old August 5, 2008, 10:11 PM   #2
Dfariswheel
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It's "possible" to sleeve the chambers, but you'd be far better off having S&W fit a new cylinder.

The trouble with sleeving the cylinder is, due to the thickness of the cylinder, you can't sleeve the entire length of the chamber. This means all the problems inherent with a partial sleeved chamber.

A sleeving job would probably cost almost as much as a new gun, if done by a really competent pistolsmith.
Done by a not-so-competent gunsmith and you're accuracy would probably be worse.
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