Originally Posted by sioux565
People need to get the idea out of their minds that revolvers never fail. All guns are machines and machines fail over time.
I had one that over time just wouldn't hit anything. Finally realized the cylinder was out of time and shaving my bullets on the forcing cone, causing wide divergences in my grouping (Over 2' at 10 yards)
The manual with my .357 SW pd340 Air Weight states that you must check ammunition for bullet pulling, which can cause jamming, before selecting a brand and model of ammo to carry. (I have had some .357 cartridges grow substantially in my revolver after a couple of shots)
That being said, they fail far less often than complicated and sensitive auto-loaders.