In most chamberings, purely for looks. For instance, the Ruger Super Blackhawk has an unfluted cylinder in keeping with it's "Dragoon" appearance, but the Ruger Blackhawk in .44 Magnum (same chambering) had a fluted cylinder. Revolvers in the truly monster chamberings like .475 Linebaugh typically use a non-fluted cylinder to maximize the strength of the cylinder. email@example.com
No definitive answer. Some would say Colt, but, others had the same idea before him.
There is no better- some work better for some purposes than others. Sort of like which is better- a spoon or a fork?
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sorry, it's impossible without a cheat of some-kind.
no. not all cylinders are similar, some may even be slanted
A revolver designed for a revolver cartridge cannot, but some revolvers are designed to fire rimless cartridges. S&W and others made revolvers in .45 ACP, the Ruger Speed Six/Security Six was available in 9mm Parabellum.. they use full or half moon clips to hold the rounds in place and load the cylinder, rather than the traditional method of loading a revolver.
Hydraulic cylinder use a liquid medium, often some type of viscous oil, in the cylinders and can be subject to higher pressures then pneumatic cylinders which use air or some other gas and work under a lower pressure.
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Some might say Korth.
So they'll stay in the air tight gas cylinders. Some gases are expensive and others are dangerous (some are both), and you don't want them leaking out. These cylinders are not only air tight, they're very pressure resistant. Most gases are shipped at between 2000 and 5000 psi, and the cylinder has to be made to withstand that much pressure. Acetylene is shipped at 250 psi because it's unstable at higher pressures, but acetylene cylinders are also capable of withstanding 2500 psi.
Northern Hydraulics, Inc. offers parts and repairs for hydraulic systems in all types of equipment, including pumps, motors, cylinders and valves. They custom manufacture some of these parts, such as cylinders, and are strictly a retailer for others such as parts for Honda engines and Yamaha generators.
Brakes shoes are those parts that are located on the back of the brakes to help keep the drums and rotors in place. Some cars has wheel cylinders and others have brake shoes.
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 10, 12, 16, 18, 24Some engines are rotary and do not even HAVE cylinders.
some have a 4 cyl. and some have a V6.
Chain fire, powder getting wet...
The exact value of an HS 22 8 shot revolver from Germany is actually highly dependent upon a number of factors. Some of these factors include the age and condition of the revolver.
Anywhere from $20 to $2000. Depends on the revolver, its make, model, and condition. An RG brand revolver might be worth $20, a high end Colt or S&W target revolver from the custom shop will be worth a lot more. If you can post here again with some information on your revolver, we can try to give you a better answer. PS- in the 1896 Sears catalog, their cheapest firearm was their 69 cent .22 Short revolver.
The value of a Smith and Wesson Model 51 22 Magnum Revolver would actually depend on a number of factors. Some of these factors would include the age and condition of the Revolver.
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Bad coils would cause the spark not to occur, causing the fuel air mixture not to ignite, dumping raw gas out the exhaust. A small amount of raw fuel may end up in the oil, if any , by leaking past the piston rings. If some cylinders are not firing, that would put more load on the other cylinders that are, and the engine would run rough. Excessive load on some cylinders and no load on others, over time, may cause some cylinders to run hotter, others cooler... Plus extra pressure inside the cylinders running at full throttle... Additional factors might come into play, such as the coolant running low one day, indeed, this may be enough to create a leak in the head gasket. However, the above is only a theoretical argument. I personally have experienced a blow in a head gasket, in an old saab, it blew during a period of hard acceleration.
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This will depend to some degree on the barrel length. A 4 inch .38 Special revolver has an effective range of about 50-60 yards.
The value of a German made 22 caliber revolver would actually be dependent upon a number of factors. Some of those factors would include the age and condition of the revolver.