What is meant when a revolver chamber is bellmouth?
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- Russ in NOVALv 72 years agoFavorite Answer
Never heard of it. The only time I have heard of the term in reference to firearms is for old flintlock firearms that have a flair at the muzzle and had the shape of the lower part of a bell. Like a blunderbuss. It makes it easier to load.
- Anonymous2 years ago
The only time I ever heard that term was in referral to Space Cowboy. A bellmouth.