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Old 09-12-2017, 08:41 PM
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If the cylinder does not "lock-up" tight, an does rotate after the hammer is cocked, this revolver is DANGEROUS and shall NOT not be fired!!
Take it to a qualified gunsmith and let him fix it before any attempt to fire it.
The cartridge must be totally aligned to allow the projectile(bullet) to enter the barrel without shaving any lead.
Present condition it is possibly a BOMB.
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