plinkerton cylinder gap made a impulse purchase and got a cimmaron plinkerton 22 revolver. upon coming home with it, I noticed a pretty obvious cylinder gap (enough to slide a credit card between I would guess). I checked my other revolver (a 357 of much greater quality) and noticed there is no cylinder gap whatsoever to be seen. I can provide pics later if needed. should I be concerned with any safety issues? or I am i having a bit of buyers panic for getting such a cheapo gun?