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    cylinder stop has side to side play.

    Cylinder stop has more movement than my friends judge.
    Cylinder and cylinder stop locks up tight, the movment is in the cylinder stop and the frame.

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    I have the Public Defender and the stop is tight against the frame, but the cylinder moves a little against the stop. Is you revolver a Judge?
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    Welcome to the forum!
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    We are pleased to have you join us!

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    If you will be a little more detailed in your description of your problem, I'm sure there's someone here who can offer some insight.

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    Welcome to the forum, goadahead!

    On some guns the cylinder stop is more tightly fitted in the frame opening than others. As long as the cylinder is held in position properly when the trigger is pulled it shouldn't pose a problem. Unless, you are noticing bullet shavings spitting out to the side from the forcing cone, I'd bet you are good to go.

    Now if that cylinder stop is a problem, you could possibly get a new cylinder stop and see if the portion that sticks up out of the frame is wider. It can't be too tight of a fit though, because the stop has to freely move up to lock the cylinder. Both through the frame hole and into all cylinder notches.

    I'm not sure Taurus will send you a cylinder stop, you would probably have to send your gun to Taurus and explain the problem to them.


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