That's odd to me to have that happen to a chamber in a cylinder . Maybe it happens often and people don't know it. Do you notice one that's stiffer to eject ?I’m running a Burris Fastfire 3moa reflex sight. Once I learned how to make targets that work with the dot system....I started shooting pretty good groups. In fact, better than I thought I could do with the 3moa sight.
I went with the reflex as it was lighter/smaller, and better suited my idea of revolver aesthetics! Plus, I’ll only be shooting at bigger stuff at ranges under 150 yards....so the dot sight shouldn’t be a handicap!
I shot 3 groups, in a row, that went from a large of 3 1/4”down to 2 5/16”. However, I was only measuring 4 of the 5 shots fired.......as I have one chamber that consistently opens up the group. I’m now marking the cylinder, to determine which is the offender. I’ll probably send the cylinder to a ‘smith that specializes in handgun cylinder honing/truing, and see if it can be helped some.
If I don’t get the cylinder fixed, I’ll clearly mark the bad one....and make sure it’s the last round fired. If I get to the point at which I’m down to firing the 5th round without a reload.....I’m already in “deep doo doo”! Having target grade accuracy is probably meaningless at that point! memtb