Quote from 45 auto
Worst one I still own is probably a pristine S&W M27 made in the 1950's. Reason it's pristine is probably because the flash gap is so tight (one thousandth of an inch) that it starts binding up after firing one or two cylinders of ammo, so it has had very few rounds through it. I really ought to get it opened up one day.
My Dan Wesson needs to be adjusted. It locks up after 3 or more cylinders. Luckily, Dan Wessons have removable barrels. However, I never bought the barrel wrench or spacing tool because they're a bit pricy for someone who's really been pinching pennies for a while. Perhaps I'll check a local gun shop and *maybe* get lucky enough to find one with a smith that has both.
"If someone's personality changes when they carry a gun, they should leave it at home." - Catfishman