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i've read lots of stories concernin' redhawks and blackhawks in 45 havin' cylinder and throat problems fo the cast bullet shooter and its a purty common practice for a lot of folks to get them worked on if they ain't satisified with the accuracy/leadin' issues---appears to be an actual design flaw on ruger's part as ruger designed them for jacket bullets and not cast bullets.....................

as far as gun tinkerin' in general, i can't stand it if it really ain't needed. The "improvements" frequently result in damaged parts and a trip to the gunsmith. Worst examples i've seen is folks doin' home gun-smithin' on smith revolvers and wind up cuttin' coils and gettin' light strikes or hammers pushin' off at full cock.

i tend to leave my guns workin' parts alone unless it's a have to...........
 
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