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Old December 2, 2012, 09:13 PM   #6
Venom1956
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It's most likely a timing issue. My first revolver (taurus) had timing issues but also check each cylinder hole, one of mine was drilled wwaaaaaaaaaaay out of spec with cause it to strike the forcing cone. I didn't notice it then but now its completely obvious. That was the gun that started my taurus hate How'd that clear QC?!
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