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Old June 23, 2013, 03:44 PM   #2
Dixie Gunsmithing
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As long as the cylinder turns freely, to me, the less gap the better.

The major difference between the Colt and S&W is the rebound mechanism, but both do what they're meant to do. Even though it may not look like it, the S&W still has to go through similar operations to work. The Colt is a good gun, just different than a S&W.

Also, you can still stone a Colt, the same as a Smith, to improve trigger pull, etc. They're both well built revolvers.
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