Barrel/cylinder gap is not critical. S&W says anything between .004 and .010 is within spec. Too small a gap is no good. Junk can build up, and bind the cylinder. Your gun would have come in a Bangor/Punta era folding blue/white cardboard box. Guys used to sell them on eBay. You can try gunbroker.com.
Last edited by pinkymingeo; 06-25-2009 at 03:01 PM.
S&W Revolvers: 1980 to the Present Thread, 625 Cylinder Gap Spec? 625 Box Availability? in Smith & Wesson Revolvers; What is the correct gap between the cylinder and the barrel for a 625-4?
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