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Old May 16, 2018, 10:02   #9
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Poor metallurgy is more likely than an overloaded cartridge. This has happened far too many times with Taurus/Rossi J frames using factory ammo.

Pin gauges would work fine. Diameter and depth are the numbers I need. Strange you think this wouldn't work. Do you have a shop and do this kind of work? I do.
I could easily cast the chambers and get all the number I need

Measurements are moot anyway as there's no fixing the revolver. It could be sent back but it's doubtful Rossi would consider fixing it. If anything, they would replace it. The replacement might shoot or it might have a problem

The only solution is to look for a used S&W J frame to replace the Rossi.
RIP shlomo
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