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Discussion in 'Handgun Classifieds' started by auditrevor, Jan 12, 2012.
no longer for sale, decided to keep it.
Could you explain what you mean by cycling problems. How many rounds did you shoot before you noticed it? Can you see light between the barrel and the cylinder?
I owned a Taurus CIA 357 that had light strike issues when I bought it, easily fixed by a quick spring change. Never had any other issues. Have you tried new springs?
its nothing that appears to be mechanical with the gun its self, I believe it may be due to the primers on the rounds sticking out farther then they need to be. Im going to try some Remington .38 special rounds in it this weekend to see if that fixes it, and no I haven't tried any new springs. I love the gun but to be honest Im a little dissapointed in it and feel like the "love" has been lost for it.
Please let us know how the new rounds work out. Im interested! thanks!
they worked out great. shot a box of Remington +p hollow points through it today and after 50 I had only one round that felt like it binded up and it wasn't nearly as bad as every single round of winchester lol.