Gunsmith Project–Throating a Revolver

Jack Landisby Jack Landis
AGI Technical Services Manager

In this special 32 minute video Jack Landis give a detailed and complete run though on how to properly measure and deepen the forcing cone on a revolver. During the process he also shows you how to measure the barrel/cylinder gap and true the end of the barrel. This procedure isn’t as difficult as you may think and Jack takes you through the entire process in great detail.

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3 Responses to Gunsmith Project–Throating a Revolver

  1. Would it be a good idea to use a small amount of cutting fluid on the cutter ? This would give a much better finish, and increase the cutter life.

  2. Very informative. Most people these days like semi’s, but I always liked wheel guns. I have one new .22 that spits like crazy.