- Sep 15, 2006
I voted "yes", but it wasn't anything dramatic. As a teenager I thought everything should be right up to maximum, but didn't exactly know how to tell what maximum was. I would unload the empties in my .357 by pounding the ejector rod against the edge of the bench. The gun was rebuilt twice. The second time, it came back from the manufacturer with a note that basically said "Don't send it back again. And you should probably stop whatever you're doing to it."