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    Model 4510 Judge

    Hello all, I am new to the Forum. I have a Judge that has marks, like scrapes on the outside of the cylinder after the first use. They appear to Me to be from the button on top of the Trigger that catches the notches in the Cylinder, Is this a defect or normal? Thanks, Rob.

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    Welcome aboard Duffer, glad you joined. A line on the cylinder is normal. It is caused by the cylinder lock engaging and dis-engaging as the cylinder spins around. I put a dab of grease on my cylinder lock, then wipe off excess from the cylinder after a full rotation.

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    This pic shows two Judges - the one on the top brand new, the one on the bottom has about three cylinder rotations on it, and you can see the line starting to form.
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    Yes the ring is normal for the Judge and for many other revolvers. The grease tip is the best solution.
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    What you have there are marks from the spring loaded cylinder stop plunger, when the pistol is in the firing position it locks the cylinder when moving to the next loaded round the plunger is spring loaded so it obviously rubs ( plunger) on the cylinder as it turns, therefore the more you turn the cylinder the more pronounced the rub mark will become .. Very pronounced and common on all revolvers
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    Here is a better photo on my Judge 3x3 very pronounced rub marks from locking device
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    It happens but shouldn’t. My S&Ws and Rugers don’t.

    As an engineer, it is a fit, form, and function issue.

    Needless to say, I went with Ruger in lieu of Taurus.

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    Thanks to All for Your answers. Rob.
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    Welcome to the forum from Northern Oklahoma.
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    I think the rub marks add character. It kinda says, "this is no safe queen."
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