Has anyone ever heard of a "sweet chamber" or "sweet cylinder", someone was saying that it is when a cylinder lines up with the barrel really well creating a higher amount of accuracy. Is accuracy effected by the alignment of the cylinder with the barrel to a high degree?
What you usually hear is of the bad chamber. Alot of revolvers have 1 or 2 chambers that throught the bullet to a different point of impact. I guess the sweet cahmber would be the one that prints the smallest group.