I was getting sticky chambers after reaming the cylinder throats on my 5 1/2" BH Bisley convertible .45. So, once again I did just like Mike spelled out in the article. The chamber is now very nice. I used some Gator Tuff wet/dry paper and was able to do a whole cylinder without changing the paper. And it didn't fall apart either. It is tough stuff. I did use the recommended 400 grit. It came out nice.
This should go right along with anyone who reams their cylinder throats...IMHO. It did not take long at all. Finding the scrap piece of rod and cutting it took way longer that the polishing itself.
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