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Greetings from the Northwoods

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Hey everybody! I'm the proud new owner of my first hand gun, a Taurus 627 6.5 Wheel gun that I plan on deer hunting/target shooting with. Any advice on this gun? The shop i purchased it from recommended that i use spent casings and cycle the gun a few times. He also mentioned that if I'm feeling frisky I can use lapping compound in the trigger group (<--Correct term for a Revolver?) and smooth out the action. I plan on shooting quite a bit in the next couple weeks and contributing to this awesome site!
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Sounds like he's talking about dry firing prior to shooting live ammo - can't hurt. Did he show how or where to polish? How to clean it up afterwards? Again, not a revolver guy (semi auto everything) but give it a Google / You Tube search and the wheel gun guys will respond as well, I'm sure!
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