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Old May 27, 2009, 07:08 AM   #7
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Unless you are going to do somethin' stoopid, like try the Glock torture test of towing your revolver behind a pickup, I dont think you really need to buy any 'hammer parts' or another cylinder (unless you want to have a caliber change cylinder to shoot 38 or something)

Save some cash (and buy another gun instead) , just get the screws & springs..... treat the gun good, you wont need to stock heaps of spares, just the bare essentials will do, IMO
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