I remember when the 357Max first came out and flame cutting of the top strap was occuring. From what I heard and read, this cutting of the top strap started fairly quickly but also stopped after it ate into the metal a short distance and was not considered to be the problem that it first appeared to be. I was not aware of any forcing cone or barrel erosion in any of the current revolvers. Is this a problem in some of the 454 revolvers? And, if in fact it is a problem, should I be concerned about throat erosion in my Puma 454 carbine with max loads?
You are correct about the 357 Maximum and the flame cutting of the top strap
tvfinak is coming up with this BS and is nothing more than an internet TROLL