Thank you for taking the time to respond to my questions. Thanks to you last night's operation was a success. The disassembly was as easy as you described. After your instructions it was easy to remove the hammer screw and slide out the hammer and hand assembly. Stretching the hand spring back does seem to solve the cylinder rotation problem and I plan on replacing the assembly.
While I had it apart I noticed that the "roller" mounted on the bottom of the hammer was not rolling. How important is it for this to actuall roll down the hammer spring? I will buy another but don't want to drive the roller pin out unless it is really necessary. I will not be firing this revolver often. I just love to fix em'! I found that I can buy all the parts directly from Euroarms in CA.
The revolver does have a brass frame and I have taken note of your comments regarding the brass frames. I do not thinkk that this revolver was fired much as there is very little residue in those little hard to clean corners.
Thanks again for your prompt reply. Your directions made the operation fun vs nerve racking. LOL I just love this forum and your response if the reason why!