The chambers are loaded. The cylinder is closed. No more eyeballing or finger feeling your cartridges. Ammunition inspection time is over!
How do you confirm the cylinder on your hammer spur removed revolver is in the locked position? Not just closed, but locked.
Maybe those with excellent eyesight and the opportunity to confirm the cylinder is locked by actual firing the loaded revolver off the back porch can clue the rest of us in.
Last edited by warningshot; September 11, 2012 at 03:42 AM.