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Old April 7, 2010, 11:26 AM   #8
NavyLT
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Send it to me! I'll give you an honest opinion as to how it shoots and return it to you cleaned, I promise!

Another idea is to contact your local gun club/sportsmen's association. I'll bet you would find plenty of volunteers to shoot it for you first and show you how to safely handle it and clean it. You've got a great gun there!

A few easy checks regarding how the cylinder rotates and locks up and I would not hesitate to shoot it.
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