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Hi fellows

I'm new with revolvers, I just got my grandad's OMM, I was cleaning it then I saw some few lines in the cylinder and I'm wondering if it's a defect or is part of the cylinder麓s structure, would you take a look please.

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No worries. That鈥檚 the ejector and is normal to how the ejector fits within the cylinder.
Hi Sublimert70

Tx for your reply, OMG I was so worried, before I posted this I saw a video about how to check a revolver麓s general conditions, there I saw that if the cylinder has inside scratches may be damage it, most say that my OMM is in pretty good mechanical conditions :) unfortunately not in appearance and the bluedfinish :cry:

Wich Colts do you have?

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Hi Sublimert70

Tx for your reply, OMG I was so worried, before I posted this I saw a video about how to check a revolver麓s general conditions, there I saw that if the cylinder has inside scratches may be damage it, most say that my OMM is in pretty good mechanical conditions :) unfortunately not in appearance and the bluedfinish :cry:

Wich Colts do you have?

Eddie 馃嵒
Eddie - glad you are all set. I have a very modest collection, most of the Forum members have significant collections. I have collected by decade, one representative for each one. Wheel guns, automatics, different calibers. Like potato chips, you can鈥檛 just have one Colt! Jack
 

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No specific thread. Just look as you please.
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