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Bullish, i see what you did there :)

<div class=”d4p-bbp-quote-title”>I think to much dry firing is probably the cause of most parts breakage. But then i’m not a gunsmith. I’ve only had one revolver jam on me and that was a NAA mini. The barrel failed to turn. All those tiny little parts. I decided to sent it back to the watch factory to have it fixed. It did get dirty and I could have done a better job cleaning. My bad I guess. – See more at: http://community.shtfschool.com/forums/topic/the-myth-of-revolver-reliability/#post-31823
Something as sim

I am a gunsmith. And I know what the OP means about certain guns having certain issues. The way i look at it, you kinda have 3 levels of quality among manufacturers, and the really well-made revolvers did just fine. So I don’t agree that all revolvers are garbage, and I’ll own one myself when i can afford it.
Go watch some AGI videos with Uncle Bob, and you’ll get a feel for which guns are worth trusting your life with.

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