This is a discussion on Gemini customs question within the Defensive Carry Guns forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; My question is for those who have had revolver action work done by Gemini customs,have you ever had any problems with light primer strikes with ...
My question is for those who have had revolver action work done by Gemini customs,have you ever had any problems with light primer strikes with any factory ammo you have used? I spoke to Mark this past weekend and hes an absolute gentleman,he said the S&W 640 I picked up that he has worked on sounded like it had a hydraport package without the porting.
He offered to look up the exact specs of the work done on this particular gun,but I didn't want to trouble him to that extent as it would involve him having to go back through several years of invoices. Mark did tell all of their action jobs were test fired with corbon and federal ammo as these typically have harder primers and if the guns ignite those brands of ammo then any factory ammo shouldn't give me any issues.
So for those here who have shot a Gemini tuned revolver have you found any ammo it likes doesn't like in regards to primer ignition? By the way this gun has the best trigger I've ever felt on a revolver its smooth as glass.
Snub nose revolvers,the original concealed carry guns.
No problems whatsoever...only excellent workmanship on my Ruger GP100.
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