New BlackHawk 357/9mm convertable
I just purchased a New Model Blackhawk 357/9mm revolver.
I would like to know, what is an acceptable distance for the gap between the cylinder and the barrel forming cone.
I am new to revolvers and recently dveloped an interest in them.
I currently own purchased but have not shot (verymuch) the following.
a 357 Rossi double action 6 shot 4 inch barrel. Purchased new
a 454 casull Tarus 6 shot 8 inch barrel. Won at a gun drawing.
I recently purchased a used Rugger stainless steel .44 black powder 8 inch ? barrel and the Blackhawk .357 mentioned above.
I can see daylight through the gap in the rossi and Tarus but I was told that they are not made to as tight a toleence as the Smiths and Ruges.
However I also see daylight through thr gap in question on the Ruger .357.
As I said I am new to this any help comments are appreciated.
Thanks in advance