Get this thread started with a couple of range shooters in stainless, both shot a lot of Wednesday night steel and the 44 shot a lot of Sunday USPSA.
Top S&W 629 Classic with a #29 cylinder, recessed for moon clips. Barrel spun and pinned, forcing cone trued, shimmed and fitted internals, and all screws point the same direction! Work courtesy of Gunny over in PA. Walnut? grip from Brownells. Fast and smooth shooting DA wheel gun.
Bottom Rossi M986 “Cyclops” 357 Mag. factory undercut porting. Polished internals and zebrawood grip from my own shop. Sweet shooting iron, even with full blow loads.
629 with SS and CS cylinders
Also did a moonclip cylinder for the Rossi, but the metal between the shells was so thin that I really had a tough time finding brass with enough slot above the rim. Moonclips deformed if you looked at them sideways. Dowell just off to the low left was used to support the star while cutting the recess.