a gunstore here at lunch time,high prices on everthing compared to online,wtf,they were selling used guns for 20 bucks less than new,i was dissapointed,BTW,this is a nice looking Taurus.
I'm going to be doing a trigger and action job on one of these for one of the elderly shooters down at the range.
One Eye Bob, yes he only has one eye... lol
Anyway, he has one and he asked me to shoot it a while back, shot very good but the tigger was a bit chunky.
So now I guess I'm to polish up the action and see about getting the trigger a little lighter for him.
did/do you run thru before you decide to do a polish job? i ran into an issue with my Dan Wesson .44mag revolver a few years ago,stacking on certain cylinders but not others,even after 600-800 rounds.A trip to the gunsmith for an action job solved the issue( DW gunsmith).I had an AMT backup in .380 that liked to stack too.
I tear a weapon down as soon as I get it home the first time and go through it. For the most part I use a piece of leather stretch over a 12x12 plate glass I cut out of a Window a few years back. I've rubbed Jewelers Polish into it over the years and I'll Lap all flat surfaces on that for a light polish job. I use lapping paste on another sheet of glass for heavy tooling marks and cutting where needed if there is any extra material causing a moving part to hang, bounce. Though not all extra material should be removed all the time. On the CZ with the internal rails running the full length of the frame and slide you can find extra material on the slide rail. It actually might mess with the fitting of the slide and frame if the extra material is removed without first checking it out.
As far as breaking it in goes, you can and it would probably be better to do that first to ensure you do not remove material that should stay.
On the Dan Wesson, was it the Cylinder or the Hand causing it to hang?
I know that on some of the 38 cal S&W revolvers if you get even a piece/small clump of burnt powder in between the transfer bar and the cylinder notch it will not seat correctly and will hang though the hammer will function.