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Old January 24, 2013, 11:44 AM   #8
BigJimP
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Check out the "how to check a revolver link above" in this section of the forum ....but 0.002 on some of my older model S&W 19's, 27's, 29's is about what I see on most of my guns...

I'd suggest you check it again with some feeler gagues .... 0.011 is quite a bit.../ if its really that wide, I'd probably have a competent S&W revolver gunsmith evaluate the gun - see what he or she can find..../ but your gun has a lot of carbon buildup in the area on -- and around the forcing cone..and that should be cleaned up, in my opinion, before you check it.

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