I carry my Navy Model LeMat as a truck gun and carry gun all the time and one time when I had the gun disassembled for cleaning, the cylinder rolled off my workbench and landed smack on the steel floor of the truck's sleeper cab.
Being the type of guy who put safety ahead of everything else, I sent the cylinder in for inspection by a gunsmith and everything was fine. But when it landed on the floor, that feeling of utter nausea flowed right through me like some noxious chemical fume
I had cylinders roll on me other times before too.
Has anyone here ever had that happen to them? Were there any damages done to the gun, cylinder, barrel, etc......?
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