If you value your skin, be sure to hold a revolver correctly! 🙂
Also, for the person or two who keep trying to repost the same goofy comment, anybody who cannot see that the paper is cut at the cylinder gap, please “rewind” the video and watch a few hundred times. 🙂 Of course, the muzzle blast has some effect on the paper, too, but the point is that the paper is cut back at the cylinder gap.
We do the cylinder gap gas-escape test again with a .44 Magnum, as well as with the Russian “gas-seal” revolver, the 1895 Nagant. Interesting results.