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Old 09-06-2012, 02:46 AM   #11
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Does it come up enough to hold the cylinder in place?



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Does it come up enough to hold the cylinder in place?
Yes but the cylinder wobbles and does not stay flush.


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Well you've narrowed it down.

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Well you've narrowed it down.
What do you think?
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Not sure. It shouldn't wobble. The arm could be bent or something.

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Not sure. It shouldn't wobble. The arm could be bent or something.
Which arm? Not familiar with revolvers(obviously ha ha)
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The rod that goes through the cylinder.

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The rod that goes through the cylinder.
Gotcha, I will check it tomorrow, thanks for all of your help!
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Glad to help. Good luck with it.



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