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Old 09-05-2012, 11:06 PM   #11
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I have often heard K Frame Smiths are great carry guns but are prone to this problem, "shooting loose" as well with a steady diet of hot loads.
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They can shoot loose, but luckily, most things on a Smith and Wesson can be fixed, repaired, or modified rather quickly and easily. Fixing a loose revolver cylinder (on a Smith) takes maybe 5 minutes, I've done it.

A cracked forcing cone, however, can't really be fixed. Must be replaced, special tools used... And really, it's easier and damn near worth it to just buy a new gun, as per the stories I've heard.
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Old 09-06-2012, 08:38 AM   #13
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Yeah I've seen some pics on the internet
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Found a woman that is willing to sell me a 4in barrel so now ill have a replacement if something were to happen
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They can shoot loose, but luckily, most things on a Smith and Wesson can be fixed, repaired, or modified rather quickly and easily. Fixing a loose revolver cylinder (on a Smith) takes maybe 5 minutes, I've done it.

A cracked forcing cone, however, can't really be fixed. Must be replaced, special tools used... And really, it's easier and damn near worth it to just buy a new gun, as per the stories I've heard.
Don't you just have to tighten the screw on the side of the frame
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It might need to be shimmed.
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It might need to be shimmed.
The screw or the chamber
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Don't you just have to tighten the screw on the side of the frame
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It might need to be shimmed.
Bingo.
Midway and brownell's sell shims, and Mr. Larry Potterfield has video tutorials on YouTube.
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I know if you get the screw too tight the crane is hard to swing open
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The cylinder can work loose and need to be shimmed on the ejector rod. Loose screws are no big deal.
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