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Old 08-30-2020, 02:18 PM
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Originally Posted by stansdds View Post
I seriously doubt that end shake shims are going to cure a lead shaving problem.

Lead shaving occurs when the chamber is not in alignment with the barrel forcing cone. This can be the result of the hand not fully carrying up the cylinder, a poor fit between the cylinder stop and stop notches, a worn ratchet, or a combination of these issues. It can also happen if the cylinder yoke is bent.

I had one like the OP's.. shot it to much and cracked the forcing cone.

Get it checked out.
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