Re: H&R Top Break Auto-Ejecting Revolver Question
Thank you so much for taking the time to answer my question. Your knowledge for the minute details of the numerous variations for these type pistols is nothing short of amazing.
When you refer to the extractor extension, are you referring to the slightly enlarged, short, rounded section of the extractor shaft that retains the spring at the opposite end of the star? Assuming, yes, which component has the male threads____ the extractor or the extension?
FYI, I trial-fit the newer cylinder/extractor assembly to my gun and I'm fortunate enough that it fits/functions perfectly. So if the newer star will not fit the old existing cylinder, I have a workable back-up solution.