I have an H&R Sportsman that dates back to around 1936. When I pull back the hammer slowly, the cylinder doesn't quite line up with the barrel (needs to rotate a little more to line up). If I pull the hammer quickly, it seems to overshoot the right chamber. Any ideas on what the problem may be?
I have heard it could be the extractor, as well as the arm that pushes the cylinder.
Please help! This gun has a lot of sentimental value, as it was my grandma's gun.
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