I have seen almost every make revolver misfiring some times wen pointed toward air in double action,But very rare in cocked postion.So it is not a fault .As according to my logic ,When we fire pointing toward s sky,the bullet in the cylinder slip back a little ,because of gap,when we shoot the fire pin hits the cap and takes back the bullet to its place in the cylinder which reduces impact of the hammer.so it results in misfire. I have noticed that the impact of hammer in double action is less than single(cock and fire).So wenever ull shoot in cocked position toward sky ,the chance of misfire are very less.
To proove this ,whenever you fire ur revolver next time load a cartridge with small paper as a packing in cylinder and ammo so that the bullet fits tightly in the cylinder & do not slips back wen pointing toward sky.try shooting this way ,i think it will hardly misfire.(i have tried and tested this +Single action technique 1000s of time)
The price can be somthing around 1.25 to 1.75.
The Weihrauch revolver are better(didnt knew that Armanius is manufacturing them),they are not made of alloy.(not sure as never seen in alloy but seen many in steel frame)Also bit bit expensive than armanius alloy..
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