Greetings all, I almost lost twenty bucks betting that a new Ruger SRH would have undersized chamber throats, wouldya belive they were right on!???
Even a couple New Vaquaros were right on .4525!
Someday the factories might get it right, called S&W complaining about my new 629 had a couple jugs at .4275 and used the Brownells reamer to open them to .431. Remember those super accurate five and four screw 29s? .431! The tech at Smith said .431 was too loose!
Bought a nice Smith 625 in .45 Long Colt and bought a new reamer to fix that!
Cast bullets leave a lot of lead when ya resize them through the throats, jacketed slugs don't seem to care since they bump back up to bore size after squeezing through a tight throat tho that constriction may give a little spike in pressure passing through.
And a small tip to the folks shooting the heavier loads through the Enhanced Smith .44s, harden the center pin inside the ejector rod before it mushrooms locking things up.