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Old August 19, 2008, 01:36 AM   #13
Smokin_Gun
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Mike it has been done to Remington 1858 NMA Revs. A groove cut around the cylinder Pin to try hold more lube for the cyl. to turn longer and smoother.
I prefer to use my Lube pills, easier cheaper, works better, or you can do both I suppose.


Just to let you know Mike the confusion was that Colt arbors are theaded to the frame at the rear and held with a lock pin.


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