One time a feller tolt meÖ.
He sent his S&W revolver back to S&W for a tune up, or something like that. He had put boo-coo rounds through it and wanted it tightened, or something like that.
Is this something that is commonly done?
How do you go about it?
Should an older, much fired, revolver be taken to a Gunsmith instead?
Iím not talking about a revolver with a problem, but maybe one that doesnít lock up as good as a new one. Something well used, and perhaps with worn parts.
Iím also wondering how I would determine the need for such action, and the cost effectiveness etc.
Specifically, I bought an Older Light-weight S&W Mdl with a 3Ē barrel at a Gun Show some time ago. Iíve had no problems with it whatsoever, and it shoots well. I might shoot it more, but it seems to be well used/shot already.
Smitty of the North