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Old September 9, 2012, 09:23 PM   #10
Webleymkv
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Originally posted by Bob Wright
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.............. and why Colt's could use only a rear latching design.

In the words of that great detective, Charlie Chan, "Explain, please."
Colt DA revolvers have only one locking point for the cylinder/crane assembly at the rear of the cylinder. S&W and Ruger DA revolvers lock both at the rear of the cylinder and the end of the ejector rod (most S&W's and Ruger Six Series) or on the crane (Ruger GP100, Redhawk, Super Redhawk, SP101, and LCR).

Originally posted by seeker_two
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IIRC, Charter Arms revolvers also rotate clockwise....but don't use a rear-latch design....
Actually, they do lock at the rear of the cylinder only similar to a Colt.
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