These are closeup pics of the .22 cylinder from the New Model Single Six (1978) that I got from a co-worker. Pretty much the only marks on the gun are on these small "nicks" on the front outer cylinder area (pretty much all around the periphery) as shown in the pics. I'm thinking this must be from something other than dropping the cylinder a time or two, especially since there are nicks down in the fluted areas as well........., okay you revolver gurus - does it look like there's something else going on that I need to be concerned with? Is there something that I should have checked over? I've not shot it yet - the guy will give my 2 bills back if I'm not happy with it. Thanks in advance for any input/advice!