Can you close the cylinder on a revolver and have it, the cylinder, not locked?
If so...then what happens? How can the shooter tell the cylinder is not locked after he raised the revolver thinking it was ready to go?
Is it true that just because the cylinder is closed that it is locked? Why does the firing order of a revolver include the words, close, and lock, and why are these words seperated by a commas? Does the cylinder always lock automatically? Is there something that always happens automatically during the loading procedure with a revolver?