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Old December 31, 2012, 01:19 PM   #3
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Today, gunsmiths who will/can work on those guns are thin on the ground. Even Colt won't work on some of the older ones, as parts are no longer available or being made and their skilled workers are long gone.
This is what makes buying a Colt something to seriously think about.

Cock the hammer all the way back, and with the trigger pull all the way back, there should be ZERO play in the cylinder - if it moves even the slightest bit, pass that one by
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