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Old October 20, 2012, 09:32 PM   #8
joneb
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Thanks for the advise.
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Be sure to check it for lock up with the hammer back on each chamber AND then AGAIN with the trigger held back but the hammer down. If you are able to move the cylinder out of lockup at any point,
With the hammer cocked there was rotational movement and end play in all six positions. With the hammer down and the trigger held lock up was tight in all six positions.
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