Procedure for tightening up the lock-up on a revolver??
I am not attempting this myself. I just want to know the procedure of it––-
I have an older S&W Model 15 .38 Special and a 1980 Ruger Speed-Six .357 Magnum that have been through several owners and shot a whole bunch. They are beginning to show some signs of a little looseness in the cylinder at the point of lock-up.
What is the procedure that a gunsmith takes to tighten that lock-up on a revolver? And, is it costly?