If a cylinder on a revolver is loose, can it be tightened. My OP cylinder, on part of the rotation, tends to lean into the force cone. The gunsmiths that are looking at it said that the binding problem might be solved by shaving a little off the cone and the cylinder front. But that wouldn't be my first choice as it would widen the gap (even by a tad) between cone and cylinder. I told the lead smith today that it looked like to me that the cylinder was leaning into the cone causing hard binding when the gun got hot (after 20-30 rounds). He said that it could be due to wear on the cylinder or crane as it was loose. Can the cylinder and crane be tightened in anyway? Why would the cylinder be leaning into the cone on one side but not the other, it is rotating on the same axis, wouldn't it be doing it on all 6 chambers and not just one side of 3?