I own a 45 long colt in a black hawk that is **** bent on leading the cylinder throad area, and forcing cone. Anyone ever run in to this problem? I made the mistake of taking it to a non revolver gunsmith and though I don't think he hurt the gun he did drain my wallet 60.00 and the problem is just a bad as it ever was. Any advice on this topic would be appreciated. Is ruger very open minded about working over guns to cure this or will they blame the problem on my smiths repair. Does ruger really hold up the customer if you send one in. I am already in fairly deep on the gun but I love the cussed little thing and hate to trade it off.